Sign-up now and get instant access
Leave a comment
Beginner to advanced classes taught by Microsoft MVPs and Authors.
In-depth boot camps take you from a novice to mastery in less than a week.
Season Learning Pass
Get access to our very best training offerings for successful up-skilling.
Customized training to master new skills and grow your business.
Quick references for when you need a little guidance.
Summaries developed in conjunction with our Learn with the Nerds sessions.
Digital goodies - code samples, student files, and other must have files.
Stay up-to-date on all things Power BI, Power Apps, Microsoft 365 and Azure.
Earn money by driving sales through the Pragmatic Works' Training Affiliate Program.
It's time to address your client's training needs.
Learn how to get into IT with free training and mentorship.
Discover the faces behind our success: Meet our dedicated team
How can we help? Connect with Our Team Today!
Find all the information you’re looking for. We’re happy to help.
Have you ever connected to a web source to do some data analysis? I am sure it's what everyone does in his or her spare time, right? Well, I am a nerd (proudly) and definitely have tapped into NFL stats in trying to decide who to play on my Fantasy Football team.
If you ever have, then I bet you were frustrated with the tables that you can import/transform based on the HTML code. Do you want to eliminate that frustration and save some time in the Power Query Editor? If you answered yes to any of the questions, then take a look at this video of how you can add a table from a website by feeding Power BI some examples of what you want.
In my video, I will pull in some NFL stats because I sure hope we have at least a little bit of a season. With any start of the NFL season comes fantasy football. With fantasy football comes some crazy data crunchers who do their best to put the odds in their favor. Luck though sometimes prevails. With a little luck, I can show you a quick way of how to analyze up to the minute data of your fantasy lineup.
Need Power BI training? Our On-Demand Learning platform has you covered! With 18+ Power BI courses as part of our library of 60+ courses on business intelligence, Azure, Powe Apps, SQL Server and much more, you can become a Power BI and data analytics expert with deep dive courses you can take on your time. Start today with a FREE 7-day trial of our courses and instantly get our free for life, Dashboard in a Day course.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Matt Peterson is a Trainer for Pragmatic Works specializing in the Power Platform. He graduated from the University of North Florida in 2006 and comes with 15 years of teaching experience in high school algebra. Matt earned the accomplishment in 2013 of being named the Florida Gifted Teacher of The Year. His primary focus is helping our customers learn the ins and outs of Power Apps and Power BI.
Join other Azure, Power Platform and SQL Server pros by subscribing to our blog.