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If you are developing analytics and want to show the results or just want to add a visualization which is not included in Power BI, adding R code to Power BI can resolve those issues. This session will demonstrate including some neat visuals in Power BI with R, how those differ from the R visuals in Power BI, and what you need to know to have a successful deployment. This session will also cover how this integration will work in Power BI Report Server and Power BI Premier. Do not know anything about R? Then come to learn as there is no expectation that anyone will need to know anything about R prior to this session. Attendees will learn why they might want to learn about R to be able to solve some of the questions they are presently addressing in Power BI.
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Our Speaker: Ginger Grant
Having worked with the Microsoft BI stack for many years, Ginger is exploring new challenges by applying her data expertise to the expanding field of Data Science and Data Visualization. As a senior consultant at Pragmatic Works, she has been able to use R and Machine Learning to explore data and with various algorithms to answer many different business questions. To formalize her skills in Data Science, Ginger is part of the pilot degree program Microsoft created for Data Science. The degree program, in addition to regular blogging at DesertIsleSQL.com (http://www.desertislesql.com) and speaking at numerous technical events, such as PASS Events, GPI and Women Who Code, keeps her busy. An active member of the Microsoft data community, she was recently awarded a Microsoft MVP in Data Platform.
We'll be giving away a copy of Power Pivot and Power BI (http://a.co/0cG7mEJ) by Rob Collie and Avi Singh. To be entered in the raffle, watch Ginger's presentation and fill out a survey (link to be posted after the presentation).