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Understanding Pandemic Related Trends with COVID-19 Statistics and Power BI

Do you want to learn how to pandemic proof your business not only for the rest of the pandemic but for future disasters? If so, check out this recent webinar presented by Senior Consultant, Robin Abramson.

In this presentation, she’ll connect Power BI to COVID-19 statistics from Johns Hopkins and tie it into a generated dataset. She will also review how the two datasets can be combined to better see how the trends affect – or don’t affect – each other.

In this demo-heavy presentation, you’ll learn how to get the COVID data and the files, plus get links to access the data used in the presentation. Robin also shares how she, and fellow consultant, Paul Turley created their COVID-19 Power BI report after a client asked them to create reports to help them understand the impact of COVID to their business in the early days of the pandemic. Best practices for security and performance will be discussed.

The demo provides information and files to use as a starting point and are meant to display the techniques of how to use this report to pandemic proof your business. The goal here is to use this starting point to discuss the questions your business is looking to answer with your corporate business analysts and managers.

If you’d like to learn about using this Power BI report and up to date COVID-19 data to discover ways to pandemic proof your business now and for future disasters, this webinar is for you. You can watch the complete webinar below.

 

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