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Online Training Learn Qlik Sense Dashboard Development
Qlik Sense enables you to create interactive reports and dashboards with stunning charts and graphs. This course will show how you can use Qlik Sense to build your own dashboard.You will start by connecting your Data with Qlik Sense and will create your own Qlik Sense app. You will see how to add data from popular spreadsheet applications MS Excel and work with Qlik Sense components such as charts, list boxes, input boxes, and Text objects. You’ll build your own dashboard by adding different functionalities, perform analyses, and secure your data in Qlik Sense.By the end of the course, you will able to analyze data and make business decisions faster.About the AuthorAbhishek Agarwal has 12+ years experience in developing analytical solutions. He is a seasoned BI professional with expertise in multiple technologies. He has been teaching BI technologies for the past 5+ years and has worked in a similar domain. He uses QlikView, Power BI, Tableau, and a couple of other technologies for end-to-end analytical solution development in his current work.
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