Microsoft Power BI
Power BI has components in one of the following categories:
- Data visualization
- Data preparation
- Data modeling
We will look into AI in all of these three categories:
AI in Data visualization:
This AI visual tells what the factors are due to which a particular metric changed.
Example: If you want to know what factors increase the happiness of students, it would let you know.
Using this visual, end-users can ask questions when using the report.
Example: Total number of students enrolled.
It explains why there is an increase/decrease between two points in the data. It also finds where the distribution is different in data. Example: In April there may be more enrollments than Feb. Insights will show which factor contributed to this happening.
AI in Data Preparation:
Automated Machine Learning:
AutoML lets users create and train machine learning models. It currently supports development of Binary classification, Regression and General Classification models. Forecasting and other models may be added later.
Example: Using the survey data it will determine the relation between different factors such as curriculum, residence and happiness etc.
They mainly include:
- Image Tagging
- Extracting Key Phrases
- Detecting Language
- Score Sentiment
Example: This service will determine the language in which the survey is filled, it will extract the key phrases and detect the sentiments using those phrases.
AI in Data Modeling:
Data models in PowerBI allows you to build reports on top of it. A well-built model allows you to use features such as Q&A and Quick Insights. Quick Insights uses your model to find various trends in your data whereas Q&A allows users to ask natural language questions w.r.t data model.
The Key Influencers feature in PowerBI will recommend you the factors to work on to reach your goal.
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