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In this Power BI case study, you will be exploring a dataset for a fictitious software company called Atlas Labs. This course focuses on helping you import, analyze and visualize Human Resources data in Power BI. Building on your existing knowledge of the platform, you'll learn how to effectively work with Power BI using example data. You’ll carry out exploratory data analysis and will use DAX to help build powerful visualizations. You’ll finish your analysis by diving deeper into attrition and what factors impact attrition. This analysis will help the organization determine what action they will need to take to retain more employees. We’ll finalize the case study by making design changes to our report that provides a clean, branded design.
Data Modeling and EDAFree
In this chapter, you’ll start by bringing all your data into Power BI and connecting your data model. Once your data is ready, you’ll start by rolling your sleeves up and doing some initial exploratory data analysis on general HR trends.
Analyzing Demographics and Performance
This chapter is about using your Power BI skills to extract insights using DAX and learn how to build custom visuals that you can use throughout your report. Atlas Labs would like some answers on its employee demographics and performance. Luckily, they have you on their team as a Data Analyst to help them explore their data further.
Bringing it all together
It’s almost time to deliver your report to the key stakeholders at Atlas Labs. In this final chapter, you’ll be focusing on delivering insights on attrition and what factors affect employee retention. Finally, you’ll be cleaning up the overall layout of the report to create a user-friendly, clean, and branded experience.
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