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A Custom Jupyter Widget Library

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Powerbi-jupyter is a python IPyWidget that enables customers to use Power BI embedding and reporting capabilities in a Jupyter notebook seamlessly.


You can install using pip:

pip install powerbiclient

If you are using jupyterlab:

pip install powerbiclient
jupyter labextension install @jupyter-widgets/jupyterlab-manager

If you are using Jupyter Notebook 5.2 or earlier, you may also need to enable the nbextension:

jupyter nbextension enable --py [--sys-prefix|--user|--system] powerbiclient

For the full list of features, refer to the DOCUMENTATION.

Demo Notebooks

  • Power BI report demo.ipynb: a Jupyter notebook that embeds a user's report. It demonstrates the complete flow of embedding and interacting with Power BI report i.e. embedding a Power BI report, setting report event handlers, getting a list of pages and visual, exporting and visualizing visual data and applying filters.
  • Visualize with Power BI demo.ipynb: a Jupyter notebook that creates a quick auto-generated Power BI report over pandas DataFrames. The created reports can be customized and saved to a Power BI workspace.

Required python packages:

  • pandas
  • matplotlib - only for report_demo.ipynb

To run the demo, first run the following commands:

cd demo
jupyter notebook

Then, open and run report_demo.ipynb or quick_visualize_demo.ipynb.


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