PowerBI


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Power BI is a business analytics solution that lets you visualize your data and share insights across your organization, or embed them in your app or website. Connect to hundreds of data sources and bring your data to life with live dashboards and reports.

 You can access Power BI at https://app.powerbi.com or from your list of available applications when logged into https://office.com.

Power BI

Power BI Pro

Power BI is free and available to all UT O365 members and enables access to all content and capabilities in the Power BI service, including the ability to share content and collaborate with other Power BI users. Users can publish to and consume content from app workspaces, share dashboards, and subscribe to dashboards and reports.

 

Power BI is available to all current students, current and future faculty and staff with Office 365 mailboxes at no additional cost. 

 

 

 

Power BI Pro provides dedicated capacity to deliver more consistent performance and support larger data volumes than in Power BI.  

 

Power BI Pro licenses must be purchased by emailing office365@austin.utexas.edu.

 

 

 

 

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Getting Started

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    Power BI consists of a Windows desktop application called Power BI Desktop, an online SaaS (Software as a Service) service called the Power BI service, and Power BI mobile apps for Windows, iOS, and Android devices.

     

     

    Supported Broswers:

    • Microsoft Edge
    • Internet Explorer 11
    • Chrome desktop (latest version) 
    • Safari Mac (latest version) 
    • Firefox desktop (latest version - Firefox may change the fonts used in Power BI reports.)

     

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  • Power BI Content Types

    All Power BI content exists in a workspace and comes in 5 building blocks:

    • Visualizations: a type of chart built using data in reports and datasets Learn more>>
    • Dashboards: a single screen with interactive visuals, text, and graphics. Data comes from one or more datasets Learn more>>
    • Reports: one or more pages of interactive visuals, text, and graphics together Learn more>>
    • Apps: sharable bundles of related dashboards and reports  Learn more>>
    • Datasets: containers of data like a file from Excel or a database

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