Microsoft Power BI offers a feature called Power Q&A which enables you to ask questions using natural language and get instantaneous answers as interactive charts and graphs. This allows you to quickly interact with your data, identify and then share insights with others. To demonstrate this, Microsoft has taken historical data from the 1990-2010 World Cup provided by Opta Sports Ltd. We have data from the 1990-2010 world cups ranging from player statistics, team statistics, managers, and referees, to which stadium each game was played in and its attendance. Let’s go through a Q&A experience and answer some questions about world cup statistics people will have. Try using Q&A by asking questions about results from the 1990-2010 World Cup. Make sure to go through the guided preview first to see what kind of questions and visuals we can show through Q&A. Players brazil players in 2010 brazil defenders in 2010 daniel alves ...

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World Cup Football event kicks off in Brazil tomorrow. Millions of people will be using Internet to find latest info on World Cup. To help you get the most out of the tournament, Microsoft is rolling out a host of features for checking scores, schedules, player info and more on Bing. Let’s take a look at what is rolling out: Bing Predicts: Which Team Has the Best Chance of Winning? Starting today, if you search for “World Cup”, “Predictions”, or any matches (both preliminary as well as later in the single elimination rounds) we will display the chances of each respective team to win. Schedules and Scores Curious to know when your team is playing?  Looking to find out who won a match? We have fine-tuned our index to provide you with schedules and scores directly in the search results.   Search for “World Cup Schedule” or “World Cup Scores” and we’ll serve up ...

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