Get yourself trained on QlikView: Data Analysis with this Online Training QlikView: Data Analysis.
Online Training QlikView: Data Analysis
Are you a data analyst, executive, manager, decision maker, or anyone who works with data and wants to make sense of this data in a simplistic yet powerful way? Then, you’d want to try QlikView.What differentiates QlikView from other Business Intelligence software is its simplicity and ease of use. It’s easy to be in total control of data with it. You wouldnt want to miss out on trying this tool.QlikView: Data Analysis exists as a blend of text, videos, code examples, and assessments, which together makes your learning and creating journey all the more fun and worth the cost. This course introduces QlikView and demonstrates to you how to leverage the system to conduct and deliver data analysis on business data. Youll learn how to build an application that fulfils the D.A.R (Dashboard, Analysis, and Report) approach suggested by Qlik. Then, you’ll be equipped to use mapping tables and create a master calendar. Moving from there, youll find out how to get the most from QlikViews visualization featuresvital if you are to use your data insights effectively.By the end of the course, youll be ready to solve real-world challenges using QlikView.The goal of this course is to make you a skilled QlikView Data Analyst.This course is authored by some of the best in the fields.Why should I choose this course?We’ve spent the last decade working to help developers stay relevant. The structure of this course is a result of deep and intensive research into what real-world developers need to know in order to be job-ready. We don’t spend too long on theory, and focus on practical results so that you can see for yourself how things work in action.This course follows an example-based approach that will take you through the most basic games toward the more complex ones, gradually building your skill level. It’s a blend oftext,videos,code examples, andassessments, which together makes your learning journey all the more exciting and truly rewarding. It includes sections that form a sequential flow of concepts covering a focused learning path presented in a modular manner. This helps you learn a range of topics at your own speed and also move towards your goal of learning Unity.We combine the bestof the following Packt products:Learning QlikView 12byB. Diane BlackwoodQlikView EssentialsbyChandraish SinhaMeet your expert instructors:B. Diane BlackwoodB. Diane Blackwood has worked as a consultant implementing business intelligence and corporate performance management solutions since 2005. She has extensive experience in multiple industries (micro-electronics to heavy equipment manufacturing, medical, legal, and various retail industries) implementing BI and CPM solutions.Chandraish SinhaChandraish Sinha is a Business Intelligence enthusiast from Ohio. He brings 17 years of experience in providing cost-effective BI solutions.He is responsible for many QlikView implementations in various industries, namely financial, insurance, pharmaceuticals, and event management. He currently holds QlikView Designer and QlikView Developer certifications.
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