Become QlikView Designer from Scratch
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Hi there! You may be a business analyst and asked to design your first QlikView application. Or, you may have already enrolled in my QlikView developer course and wondering how to create an application using the same data model that we built together in the developer course.
Whatever may be the reason, QlikView designer course will definitely make you an awesome, well-rounded QlikView Designer.
If you are still wondering, let not your heart be troubled.
Let me breakdown reasons for you to become a QlikView designer.
If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions, then this course is for you!
QlikView is growing rapidly. With over 30,000 customers, demand for skilled QlikView developers and designers is higher than ever before!
We will begin with a template and build an application step-by-step together. I will teach each concept before the hands-on session to make it easier to learn.
At the end, if you follow all the concepts and get your feet wet(so to speak), I promise that you will be an awesome QlikView Designer.
So, what are you waiting for? Enroll now...
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|Section 1: Introduction to QlikView|
Course Introduction and SyllabusPreview
How QlikView WorksPreview
QlikView Architecture - 10,000 Feet Overview
Introduction to QlikView's User InterfacePreview
Key Performance Indicators(KPI) and the Data ModelPreview
Dimensions and Measures
Install QlikView Desktop
|Quiz 1||3 questions|
When you make selections in QlikView, what green, white and gray colors represent?
|Section 2: The Data Model|
Create a Data Model
Application Design Basics
The Data Model
|Section 3: Sheets and Sheet Objects|
Data Visualization Principles
Build Dashboard - First Steps
Create Linked Objects
Sheet and Sheet Objects
|Section 4: Exploring Charts|
Which Chart to use When?
Text Objects: Add Key Performance Indicators(KPI)
Bar chart and Scatter plot chart
Dimension Limit, Straight Table and Pie Chart Explained
Add Dimension Limit and Pie Chart
|Section 5: Advanced Interface Design|
Basics of Set Analysis
Add a Multi Box
Stacked Bar Chart
Container Object, Cyclic and Drill-Down Groups
Add a Container Object
Add a Line Chart with Dynamic Labels
Advanced Interface Design
|Section 6: Comparative Analysis|
Year Over Year(YoY) Sales Comparison using Set Analysis
Comparative Analysis using Alternate States
Conditional Show Part I
Conditional Show Part II
|Section 7: Visualization Best Practices|
Visualization Best Practices
Visualization Best Practices
|Section 8: Bonus|
QlikView Heat Maps
Greetings! I am a certified QlikView developer and designer with over 15 years of experience in Business Intelligence, data warehousing and various relational database management systems.
With incredible data growth -- both structured and unstructured -- businesses struggle to make sense of data. Business discovery tools such as QlikView and Tableau offer new opportunities to those who want to help an enterprise make insight driven decisions. That's my passion and that's my life long purpose.
I enjoy sharing my knowledge in the field of Business Discovery and visual data analytics at my blog. I have developed and implemented numerous QlikView applications for banking, health care and manufacturing.
My goal is to make you an awesome QlikView developer!