Worldwide EarthQuake Data Analysis (Nepal EarthQuake)- Microsoft PowerBI


Last weekend, we all were horrified by the terrible earthquake attack over Nepal, India & greater Asia, it’s continued over toll of millions of death which has several parameters to consider like ‘depth of KM’ of the earthquake, ‘magnitude of quake, severity of deaths, number of people died on quake, number of people died on shaking effect’ etc.

In this current powerbi demo, we’re using World’s dreadful earthquake incidents happened over the millennium 1900.

 

 

On , Excel power view dashboard, here depicted some the latest death toll analysis report of Nepal Earthquake 2015.

Earthquake

 

Earthquake-toll

In latest, powerbi designer preview, represented worldwide country wise earthquake magnitude data analysis sorted by Total death & depth of KM of quake intensity.

Worldwide-analysis

Death-analysis

 

Countrywide-report

 

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About Anindita
Anindita Basak is working as Big Data Cloud Consultant in Microsoft. Worked in multiple MNCs as Developer & Senior Developer on Microsoft Azure, Data Platform, IoT & BI , Data Visualization, Data warehousing & ETL & of course in Hadoop platform.She played both as FTE & v- employee in Azure platform teams of Microsoft.Passionate about .NET , Java, Python & Data Science. She is also an active Big Data & Cloud Trainer & would love share her experience in IT Training Industry. She is an author, forum contributor, blogger & technical reviewer of various books on Big Data Hadoop, HDInsight, IoT & Data Science, SQL Server PDW & PowerBI.

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