QlikView for Beginners - Practical QlikView
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The examples in this course use QlikView version 11.
Bonus QlikView 12 Videos as listed:
Lecture 6 - My First QlikView Document - version 12
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|Section 1: Teach Me QlikView|
In this lesson you will be introduced to QlikView and what you will learn in this Practical QlikView Video course.
|Section 2: Getting Started|
In this lesson we will cover the installation of QlikView 11.2 SR5.
|Section 3: My First QlikView Document|
Please not there might be some differences between the getting started wizard in the video and the current version of QlikView Personal Edition.
If you are using QlikView 12 please try the My First QlikView document for QlikView 12 in the bonus section at the end of this course.
This video is the same as lecture 5 (My First QlikView Document) but uses QlikView 12 instead of QlikView 11.
The reason is that the Getting Started wizard is slightly different in QlikView 12.
|Section 4: Creating QlikView Documents|
An introduction to data sources
Creating an ODBC DSN
Using the ODBC DSN in QlikView
OLE DB DEMO
|Section 5: Manage data loaded into QlikView|
Other data sources
Excel Data Sources
Text files and QlikView
ODBC Access Database
Synthetic Tables - Part 1
Synthetic Tables - Part 2
|Section 6: Charts and Tables|
An Introduction to QlikView Charts and tablesPreview
Charts and Tables - Part 2
Charts and Tables - Part 3
Charts and Tables - Part 4
|Section 7: QlikView Development Tips|
QlikView Development tips - part 1
QlikView Development tips - part 2
QlikView Development tips - part 3
|Section 8: Practical QlikView Examples|
Track Your Spending - Part 1Preview
Track Your Spending - Part 2
Football Scores - Part 1
Football Scores - Part 2
Practical QlikView Example - Events
Computer Performance - Part 1
Computer Performance - Part 2
Using qlikview to analyse data from Google Analytics
|Section 9: Advanced Topics|
QlikView Partial Reload
QlikView Dual Function
QlikView Calendar Tables
Powershell and QlikView - Part 1
Powershell and QlikView - Part 2
|Section 10: Other QlikView Objects|
QlikView Input Box ObjectPreview
QlikView Statistics Box Object
QlikView Button Object
QlikView Search Object
QlikView Slider and QlikView Calendar
QlikView Container Object
|Section 11: Going Further with QlikView|
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Mark O'Donovan is a QlikView Developer and Author based in London, England.
Mark is currently a Qlik Luminary for 2016.
Mark has over 20 years' experience in the IT industry and has been working on Sql Server Business Intelligence projects since 2008 and using QlikView since version 9.
He has had an interest in visualization since his Master's degree thesis called 'Towards a methodology for visualizing quantum computing' which was presented as part of a EuroGraphics conference at Imperial College, London in 1996.
Mark has been an active member of the Qlik Community since October 2011 and has been the Author\Publisher (TechStuffy Books) of the following books on Qlik and Sql:
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