You have seen previously how we can use output of Azure ML model in a Power BI and visualize it with SandDance. In this video you will learn how to use R script as a source in Power BI desktop. Watch the video below;
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2 thoughts on “Using R Script as Data Source for Power BI”
Can you an example of R Script that uses a R package “sqldf” in Power BI? Thank you.
Sure sqldf package many use to write the sql querys inside the Rstudio I will check it how it will be if we have it inside the power BI