QlikView for Beginners - Practical QlikView
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QlikView for Beginners - Practical QlikView

Learn how to create charts,tables and more from your data. I use QlikView at home to manage my spending and you can too.
3.8 (145 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
3,360 students enrolled
Created by Mark O'Donovan
Last updated 2/2017
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Includes:
  • 4.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Create dashboards to visualize your data at work or track your spending at home.
  • You will be confident in creating your own QlikView documents.
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Requirements
  • You will need the FREE QlikView Personal Edition from http://www.qlik.com/products/qlikview
Description

4 hours of content

49 videos

FREE sample data

Learn from a QlikView Developer and QlikView Author.

Learn QlikView Today and you will make save money at home and could start making more money at work.

Big banks use QlikView, Big companies use QlikView, they know it's a good product worth using so start learning today.

Visualize your world TODAY!

This course will:

  • Teach you how to create QlikView documents from scratch in easy to understand steps.
  • Explain how to get data into a QlikView document from a variety of sources such as Excel, text files and databases.
  • Show you how to create various charts and tables (such as pivot tables) in QlikView. Once you have covered the basics what do you do then?
  • This course provides examples of how you can apply QlikView to do something useful and practical such as analyzing computer performance, information from a sql server database or tracking your spending habits.
  • We also provide tips to help in the development of QlikView documents.
  • Finally we look at more advanced topics in QlikView and discuss how to can take the knowledge you have gained further to improve your future whether it is monitoring your own spending or to start using QlikView in your job.

The examples in this course use QlikView version 11.

Bonus QlikView 12 Videos as listed:

Lecture 6 - My First QlikView Document - version 12


Who is the target audience?
  • If you have not used QlikView before. You would like to learn a business intelligence tool.
  • You would like to get a job using QlikView.
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Curriculum For This Course
50 Lectures
04:32:32
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Teach Me QlikView
2 Lectures 03:59

In this lesson you will be introduced to QlikView and what you will learn in this Practical QlikView Video course.

Preview 02:02

Download QlikView
01:57
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Getting Started
2 Lectures 02:15

In this lesson we will cover the installation of QlikView 11.2 SR5.


Installing QlikView
01:32

Sample Data
00:43
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My First QlikView Document
2 Lectures 20:45

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.

Preview 10:23

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.

Preview 10:22
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Creating QlikView Documents
4 Lectures 15:56
An introduction to data sources
01:13

Creating an ODBC DSN
08:25

Using the ODBC DSN in QlikView
03:30

OLE DB DEMO
02:48
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Manage data loaded into QlikView
10 Lectures 47:00
Other data sources
01:02

Excel Data Sources
03:59

Text files and QlikView
04:06

Inner Joins
02:24

ODBC Access Database
06:28

Synthetic Tables - Part 1
01:50

Synthetic Tables - Part 2
03:06

Circular References
07:38

QlikView Expressions
09:28

QlikView Functions
06:59
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Charts and Tables
4 Lectures 46:58

Charts and Tables - Part 2
08:00

Charts and Tables - Part 3
12:31

Charts and Tables - Part 4
05:04
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QlikView Development Tips
3 Lectures 18:55
QlikView Development tips - part 1
03:33

QlikView Development tips - part 2
06:24

QlikView Development tips - part 3
08:58
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Practical QlikView Examples
9 Lectures 01:12:57

Track Your Spending - Part 2
03:30

Football Scores - Part 1
02:24

Football Scores - Part 2
10:33

Practical QlikView Example - Events
10:12

Computer Performance - Part 1
04:44

Computer Performance - Part 2
10:52

Database Example
12:14

Using qlikview to analyse data from Google Analytics
08:38
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Advanced Topics
6 Lectures 28:49
QlikView Partial Reload
04:14

Set Analysis
08:26

QlikView Dual Function
03:14

QlikView Calendar Tables
03:35

Powershell and QlikView - Part 1
03:57

Powershell and QlikView - Part 2
05:23
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Other QlikView Objects
6 Lectures 11:37

QlikView Statistics Box Object
01:11

QlikView Button Object
02:29

QlikView Search Object
02:59

QlikView Slider and QlikView Calendar
01:22

QlikView Container Object
01:44
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About the Instructor
Mark O'Donovan
3.8 Average rating
145 Reviews
3,360 Students
1 Course
QlikView Developer\Author - Qlik Luminary 2016

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:

  • Qlik Sense for Beginners
  • Practical QlikView
  • Practical QlikView 2 - Beyond Basic QlikView
  • Practical Sql: Microsoft Sql Server T-SQL for Beginners

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