Sep 1st, 2020 update: If you missed the session, a recording will be published soon. You can watch the recording of the first session here. Due to technical issues that I had in the second part (Errors to load data from GitHub) I haven’t made it to the last part where I demonstrate the import of multiple PDF files from WHO. You can read the tutorial here.
I am excited to invite you to the second live tutorial with Microsoft Power BI team here on September 1st at 2pm ET. In the second part of the live tutorial, we will keep building the COVID-19 dashboard in Power BI including import multiple PDF files from WHO, applying time-intelligence, and migrating our solution to Power Platform to build enterprise return-to-work applications. I am looking forward to having you.
Both sessions are recorded and will be published soon.
For this special occasion, I have made some improvements to the COVID-19 Power BI app on AppSource that will be released soon. The new version will include new pages with small multiples and dynamic running averages (see screenshots below). The app will be available on Microsoft AppSource here. Until its ready, you can install the current version from the same link.
If you build Power BI reports for your business and need to incorporate COVID-19 data in your reports, you can now use the Johns Hopkins University data source for commercial purposes with the right attribution as described below.
If you are looking to incorporate COVID-19 data with return-to-work enterprise initiatives in your organization, please contact me here.