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Duur: 98 uur |

Taal: Engels (US) |

Online toegang: 365 dagen |

Gegevens

Heb jij affiniteit met data? Dan is een omscholing tot data analist misschien iets voor jou! Data analisten houden zich bezig met het verzamelen en controleren van gegevens om deze te verwerken tot informatie. Deze informatie wordt vervolgens geanalyseerd en omgezet in kennis. De verkregen kennis kan weer door het bedrijf in de besluitvorming worden gebruikt om de juiste keuzes te maken en een strategie te bepalen.

Heb je nog geen enkele ervaring op het gebied van dataverwerking en -analyse? Geen probleem! Met dit ontwikkelpad doe jij de nodige kennis en vaardigheden op om jezelf tot junior data analist te ontwikkelen.

Wanneer je kiest voor dit ontwikkelpad, krijg jij:

  • toegang tot de trainingen Data Visualisatie met Excel, Tableau voor Data visualisatie, Werken met QlikView, Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals (Exam: PL-900), Microsoft Power BI, Intoduction to SQL en Python Fundamentals. Daarnaast krijg je toegang tot nog veel meer trainingen, proefexamens, bootcamps, e-books enzovoort.
  • optimale voorbereiding op examens PL-900 en DA-100/PL-300 zodat jij de officieel erkende certificeringen kan behalen.
  • begeleiding van ons Learning & Development team, samen met jou stellen we doelen, maken we een planning en monitoren we je voortgang.

Dit ontwikkelpad is ideaal om jouw STAP budget voor in te zetten!

Basiskennis datavisualisatie in verschillende tools

Je verkent verschillende tools voor data-analyse en visualisatie, met name Excel, Tableau en Qlickview. Je leert data te analyseren en te visualiseren aan de hand van grafieken, diagrammen enzovoort. En je leert snel interactieve toepassingen en dashboards voor begeleide analyses te ontwikkelen.

Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals (Exam: PL-900)

Vervolgens maak je kennis met het Microsoft Power Platform en de bijhorende basisfunctionaliteiten. Deze training bereidt jou optimaal voor op het PL-900 Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals examen.

Microsoft Power BI (Exam DA-100 / PL-300)

In deze training leer jij werken met Microsoft Power BI. Met Power BI kun je eenvoudig verbinding maken met jouw databronnen, data visualiseren, data analyseren en uitkomsten delen met wie je maar wilt. Deze training bereidt jou optimaal voor op het DA-100 (oftewel PL-300) examen.

Basiskennis programmeertalen voor databeheer en -analyse

Vervolgens kom je in aanraking met belangrijke programmeertalen, zoals Python en SQL. Deze programmeertalen worden regelmatig gebruikt om data te verwerken, te analyseren en te visualiseren.

Een presentatie voorbereiden en structureren

Tot slot leer je een presentatie voor te bereiden en te structureren, om zo op een effectieve wijze te communiceren over jouw data-analyses en visualisaties.

Resultaat

Na het volgen van dit leerpad beschik jij over de basiskennis en -vaardigheden om als (junior) data analist aan de slag te gaan. Daarnaast ben jij optimaal voorbereid op PL-900 en DA-100/PL-300 examens. Let op, de examenvouchers voor deze examens zijn niet inbegrepen bij de prijs.

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Excel Visualization: Getting Started with Excel for Data Visualization

  • Excel charts can be used for a myriad of data visualizations, including categorical data and continuous data, like time-series data. In this course, you'll learn how to bring data into Excel and build and customize various charts.
  • You'll start by importing data from an existing workbook into a new spreadsheet. You'll then import data from CSV and JSON file formats and Microsoft Access database files. Next, you'll use the Power Query editor to perform various operations.
  • Moving on, you'll create column and clustered column charts and perform various formatting operations on the clustered column chart, such as adding data labels, error bars, axis titles, and trendlines.
  • Lastly, you'll create a simple line chart, formatting various aspects, such as the line, background, title, legend, axes, and position of charts relative to each other.

Excel Visualization: Building Column Charts, Bar Charts, & Histograms

  • Data visualizations in Excel reveal the insights uncovered by

  • your data in easy-to-consume representations. You can identify
  • categorical values, recognize how parts sum up to a whole, see
  • percentages rather than absolute values, discretize continuous
  • variables, and approximate the probability density function of
  • variables. In this course, you'll build charts to uncover all of
  • this information. You'll start by working with column and bar
  • charts. You'll then create and differentiate between clustered and
  • stacked column charts. You'll move on to formatting and customizing
  • bar and column charts before working with 2D and 3D chart types and
  • customizing them in various ways. Lastly, you'll work with
  • histograms, examining how they work, what they're used for, and how
  • to customize them to your needs.

Excel Visualization: Visualizing Data Using Line Charts & Area Charts

  • Line charts are possibly the most common type of visualization for time-series data, enabling you to see time trends at a glance. These can be augmented with trendlines, used to visualize time trends in data.
  • Stacked area charts are a powerful type of visualization, combining information about trends over time with information about composition and parts of a whole.
  • In this course, you'll learn how to create and customize all of the visualization types above.
  • You'll begin by exploring the purpose of line charts before moving on to formatting and customizing them.
  • You'll then practice using trendlines to evaluate different regression models on data in a line chart. You'll also customize and format these trendlines.
  • Following this, you'll work with area charts and stacked area charts, examining, in detail, the several types of stacked area charts in Excel and customizing their appearance.

Excel Visualization: Plotting Stock Charts, Radar Charts, Treemaps, & Donuts

  • Data visualization options in Excel are vast. You should choose your visualization type based on the data and what you want to show from it. For example, using High-Low-Close and Open-High-Low-Close charts (also called candlestick charts), you can summarize several stock performance aspects.
  • Excel also lets you build radar charts - great for visualizing multivariate ordinal data, such as ratings or scores, to spot strengths or spikes.
  • In this course, you'll not only learn how to build and customize the charts mentioned, but you'll also create treemaps to visualize hierarchical data and pie charts to display parts of a whole. You'll then generate pie-of-pie and bar-of-pie charts, both of which use a secondary visualization to complement a pie chart.
  • Finally, you'll create donut charts to visualize composition using multiple concentric donut rings to represent points in time.

Excel Visualization: Building Box Plots, Sunburst Plots, Gantt Charts, & More

  • Once you grasp how to work with the scope of standard Excel chart types, you can expand into more complex visualizations. For example, you can use box-and-whisker plots to convey a wealth of information about the statistical distribution of a variable and identify outliers in a data series.
  • You can use sunburst charts to visualize hierarchical data with differing levels of detail, waterfall charts to show the cumulative effect of positive and negative values, and Gantt charts to illustrate progress toward a goal involving multiple parallel tasks.
  • Additionally, you can avail of band charts to quickly eyeball the trend in a line chart, scatter plots to uncover the relationship between two variables, and waffle charts to visualize progress towards KPIs.
  • In this course, you'll create all of these charts either via Excel's built-in tools or by building them manually using nifty workarounds.

Tableau for Data Visualization: Introduction

Tableau is a data visualization tool suitable for a variety of purposes and situations. Knowing the basics of this tool will help you share necessary data with stakeholders and peers in a meaningful and engaging way. This course will introduce you to Tableau's basic features and cover the fundamental operations performed with this tool.

You'll start by loading data into Tableau using a variety of file types. You'll then apply transformations to your data and choose the most appropriate visualization for it. Next, you'll learn how to analyze data in multiple related tables as well as data categories. You'll then practice setting the aesthetics of charts and garnering detailed information through chart interactions. Lastly, you'll get hands-on with the Tableau data interpreter to clean a dataset.

Tableau for Data Visualization: Exploring Visualizations & Data Formats

Tableau not only has a variety of tools to visualize data, but it also allows you to redefine the fields in your data to convey rich meaning. In this course, you'll explore how multiple dimensions of the underlying data can be portrayed using shapes, colors, and labels.

You'll learn to build a wide variety of charts, such as pie charts, treemaps, and many more, to convey various information types. You'll also work with different techniques, such as hierarchical, combined, and calculated fields, to arrange the fields in the underlying dataset into hierarchies and groups, portraying relationships and facilitating data drill-downs for your users.

Lastly, you'll learn how you can generate sets from combined data, so this data can be analyzed with the context of the set, as well as outside it.

Tableau for Data Visualization: Advanced Features

In addition to everything you'd expect from a data visualization tool, Tableau has extensive support for many advanced visual customization and user interaction features. This course gives you a taster of how these features work.

You'll start by using Tableau maps to render country-specific information and then further customize these maps, rendering their appearance and using map layers. You'll then assemble multiple charts together to collectively convey information using dashboards.

Next, you'll learn how to change the aesthetic appearance of Tableau dashboards and update them to include charts and other interactive objects and settings, such as navigation buttons, text labels, and download options. Lastly, you'll learn how to share a story publicly in the form of visualizations comprising charts and a dashboard using Tableau's publish feature.

QlikView: Getting Started with QlikView for Data Visualization

QlikView, a guided data analytics solution from Qlik, allows you to develop and deliver interactive guided analytics applications and dashboards rapidly. In this course, you'll set up QlikView Personal on your Microsoft Windows machine and build some standard visualizations.

You'll first demonstrate and explore in detail the associative data model in QlikView, which allows you to probe and highlight all associations in your data.

You'll then import custom data using Excel and CSV files into QlikView before visualizing and exploring your data using bar charts, pie charts, and grid charts.

Furthermore, you'll also use special sheet objects, such as the table box, which, when every row's content is logically connected, displays several fields in your data simultaneously. Moreover, you'll use the multi box to represent values from multiple fields as drop-down values.

QlikView: Creating Line Charts, Combo Charts, Pivot Tables, & Block Charts

At QlikView’s core is a patented associative engine allowing for an associate experience across data types regardless of where they’re stored.

In this course, you’ll explore how to use your time-series data to build line charts. You’ll then customize these charts in various ways, such as using smoothing techniques to represent approximations or multiple lines to demonstrate values in more than one variable.

Next, you’ll configure stacked area charts to visualize the composition of variables over time before using combo charts to visualize multiple chart types on the same axes.

Finally, you’ll examine how you can explore hierarchical data using pivot tables and block charts. You’ll identify the differences between pivot tables and straight tables and distinguish how each of these represents underlying data.

QlikView: Creating Mekko Charts, Radar Charts, Gauge Charts, & Scatter Charts

In this course, you'll learn how to use QlikView charts for visualization purposes, such as Mekko charts, funnel charts, and gauge charts.

You'll start by using a Bar Mekko chart to show the relative importance of bars by adding a bar width variable. You'll then use a funnel chart to visualize the comparable success rates of steps in a linear sequential process, such as the number of product views, interactions, and buys on an e-commerce site.

Next, you'll use gauge charts to track how a current metric value performs against a pre-defined target value. You'll then use various QlikView gauge charts, such as the tank, thermometer, joystick, and test tube variants.

Finally, you'll build and customize a scatter chart using sliders, animations, and a search box.

PL-900 Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals, Part 1 of 4: Power Platform

  • Power Platform, automates basic business processes with Power

  • Automate, performing basic data analysis with Power BI, acting more
  • effectively by creating simple Power Apps experiences, and creating
  • powerful chatbots by using Power Virtual Agents. This course covers
  • an overview of the platform, common data services, as well as a
  • platform overview demo.

PL-900 Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals, Part 2 of 4: Power Apps

  • Power Platform, automates basic business processes with Power

  • Automate, performing basic data analysis with Power BI, acting more
  • effectively by creating simple Power Apps experiences, and creating
  • powerful chatbots by using Power Virtual Agents. This course
  • covers: an introduction to power apps, building solutions, common
  • data services, build an app and managing records.

PL-900 Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals, Part 3 of 4: Power Automate

Power Platform, automates basic business processes with Power Automate, performing basic data analysis with Power BI, acting more effectively by creating simple Power Apps experiences, and creating powerful chatbots by using Power Virtual Agents.

PL-900 Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals, Part 4 of 4: Power BI

Power Platform, automates basic business processes with Power Automate, performing basic data analysis with Power BI, acting more effectively by creating simple Power Apps experiences, and creating powerful chatbots by using Power Virtual Agents.

DA-100: Microsoft Power BI, Part 1 of 6: Get Started with a Project

  • Data Science is a growing field, this initial course in Power BI

  • describes what Power BI is as well as gets started with a project.
  • Data Analysts are responsible for designing and building scalable
  • data models, cleaning and transforming data, and enabling advanced
  • analytic capabilities that provide meaningful business value
  • through easy-to-comprehend data visualizations. The DA-100 Exam
  • validates this expertise.

DA-100: Microsoft Power BI, Part 2 of 6: Data Transformation

  • Data Science is a growing field, this second course in the

  • series digs into the Query Editor and Advanced Transformations.
  • Data Analysts are responsible for designing and building scalable
  • data models, cleaning and transforming data, and enabling advanced
  • analytic capabilities that provide meaningful business value
  • through easy-to-comprehend data visualizations. The DA-100 Exam
  • validates this expertise.

DA-100: Microsoft Power BI, Part 3 of 6: Visualization and Power BI and Python

  • Data Science is a growing field, this course in the Power BI

  • series digs into visualizing data as well as using Python in Power
  • BI. Data Analysts are responsible for designing and building
  • scalable data models, cleaning and transforming data, and enabling
  • advanced analytic capabilities that provide meaningful business
  • value through easy-to-comprehend data visualizations. The DA-100
  • Exam validates this expertise.

DA-100: Microsoft Power BI, Part 4 of 6: DAX

  • Data Science is a growing field, this course explores Data

  • Analysis Expressions(DAX), the language developed to interact with
  • data. Data Analysts are responsible for designing and building
  • scalable data models, cleaning and transforming data, and enabling
  • advanced analytic capabilities that provide meaningful business
  • value through easy-to-comprehend data visualizations. The DA-100
  • Exam validates this expertise.

DA-100: Microsoft Power BI, Part 5 of 6: Visualize Effectively

  • Data Science is a growing field, this final course in the series

  • discusses how to tell an effective story as well as using alternate
  • data sources. Data Analysts are responsible for designing and
  • building scalable data models, cleaning and transforming data, and
  • enabling advanced analytic capabilities that provide meaningful
  • business value through easy-to-comprehend data visualizations. The
  • DA-100 Exam validates this expertise.

DA-100: Microsoft Power BI, Part 6 of 6: Row-Level Security

  • This course discusses Row-Level Security Data Analysts are

  • responsible for designing and building scalable data models,
  • cleaning and transforming data, and enabling advanced analytic
  • capabilities that provide meaningful business value through
  • easy-to-comprehend data visualizations. The DA-100 Exam validates
  • this expertise.

Introduction to SQL

  • start the course
  • identify a database and how it relates to SQL
  • describe the relational concepts of SQL, various database
  • types, and when and why they are used
  • use SQL to describe the differences between SQL and other
  • languages
  • describe in high level, structured query language and its
  • use
  • use SQL to create a simple statement
  • describe data types and their relation to SQL
  • use SQL to create a simple database example
  • describe tables and how to create them in SQL
  • use tables to further dive into the complexities of SQL
  • use the INSERT statement in SQL
  • use SQL to create more complex tables
  • use SQL to alter an existing table
  • use SQL to delete an existing table
  • use SELECT to take a look at a table
  • use the NULL statement in SQL
  • use the DEFAULT statement in SQL
  • use the SELECT statement in SQL queries
  • use SELECT to retrieve data from more than one table in
  • SQL
  • use SQL to create several data types
  • use DELETE to remove data from a table in SQL
  • use UPDATE to change data in SQL
  • use ORDER BY with results to sort data in SQL
  • use WHERE to filter data and retrieve requested results in
  • SQL
  • use all data management components in an example in SQL
  • describe SQL and the query while demonstrating how to create a
  • table and manipulate it

Introduction to SQL: Managing Table Design

  • start the course
  • use PRIMARY KEY in SQL
  • use both CREATE TABLE and add PRIMARY KEY constraint in SQL
  • use both ALTER TABLE AND PRIMARY KEY constraint in SQL
  • describe how to rename and alter a table in SQL
  • use SQL to ALTER and CHANGE data
  • describe DROP COLUMN and its use in SQL
  • describe a use case example of executing altering queries in SQL
  • describe the various math operators and functions
  • use SQL rounding numbers process
  • use SQL MIN and MAX processes
  • use SQL AVG and GROUP BY
  • use LIMIT and SELECT DISTINCT
  • use SQL arithmetic and grouping to create queries
  • describe the SUBSTRING() functioning in SQL
  • using the LENGTH function in SQL
  • use the REVERSE() function in SQL
  • use the TRIM() function in SQL
  • use date functions in SQL
  • use SOUNDEX() and DIFFERENCE() functions in SQL
  • use SQL string functions to create a query
  • manage data using SQL functions

Introduction to SQL: Multiple Tables and Advanced Queries

  • start the course
  • define multiple tables and describe their use in SQL
  • use SQL for the process of connecting tables
  • use FOREIGN KEY with CREATE in SQL architecture
  • describe relationships between tables and the different patterns
  • use composite keys and their relative values
  • describe the functional dependencies and their use
  • use functional dependencies in a example
  • use inner joins in SQL
  • use equijoins and non-equijoins and describe their differences in SQL architecture
  • use Outer Joins in SQL
  • use multiple joins and multiple conditions in SQL
  • use the UNION operator and describe how it combines results
  • describe a subquery and its use in SQL
  • use query as a SELECT column in SQL
  • use correlated and noncorrelated queries in SQL
  • use a query with a natural join
  • use IN, NOT IN commands in SQL
  • use correlated query with EXISTS and NOT EXISTS operators
  • use HAVING clause in SQL with queries
  • use queries with the UPDATE statement in SQL
  • use queries with the INSERT statement in SQL
  • use queries with the DELETE FROM statement in SQL
  • use SQL to create a more complex query
  • use SQL more efficiently with operational tips
  • describe the multiple layers of tables and their management in various SQL queries

Introduction to SQL: Views, Transactions, and SQL Security Architecture

  • start the course
  • describe views and their relation to the SQL architecture
  • use SQL to create a simple view
  • use the various views in SQL architecture
  • use SQL to update a view
  • use SQL to drop views
  • describe the various transactions and their use in SQL
  • describe the various ACID transactions and their use
  • use Transactions in SQL
  • use ROLLBACK statement in SQL
  • use the COMMIT statement in SQL
  • use ROLLBACK and COMMIT in an SQL query
  • use SQL to define Transact-SQL and the relation with transaction types
  • use transaction logs and define their purpose in SQL
  • describe locks and their use in SQL
  • use SQL to introduce the various levels of locking and their use
  • use SQL to describe the various lock modes
  • use SQL to identify the levels of locking
  • use SQL to create an implementation using locks
  • describe the various security concepts in SQL
  • use SQL to describe the philosophy behind User IDs and their use
  • use SQL to describe how to create a user and how to manage them
  • use SQL to describe the use of group IDs and roles in
  • use SQL to define the use of privileges and restrictions
  • use SQL security processes to create a user and a group with privileges
  • describe views, transactions, and the security model and the relation to SQL

Python: The Basics

  • start the course
  • describe the features of the Python programming language and how and where it is used
  • describe the philosophy of Python
  • recognize reasons to choose one version of Python over the other
  • install Python 3 on Windows
  • install Python 3 on Mac OS X and Linux
  • evaluate the major IDEs available for Python
  • use whitespace to lay out a Python program into functional code blocks
  • recognize the Python REPL – read, evaluate, print loop
  • create and execute a "Hello World" application with Python
  • get and manipulate user input from the command line with Python
  • create a module and import a module in Python
  • use the int data type in Python and recognize its characteristics
  • use the float data type in Python and recognize its characteristics
  • perform basic math functions, such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, and use the Math module
  • use the bool data type in Python and recognize its characteristics
  • describe sequence types and use the str type in Python
  • use the bytes type in Python
  • use the bytearray type in Python
  • use the list type in Python
  • use the tuple type in Python
  • use slicing on sequence types in Python
  • use the range function and work with range objects in Python
  • use the set type in Python and describe its characteristics
  • use the dict type in Python and describe its properties
  • construct a while loop in Python
  • construct a for loop in Python
  • use the if statement in Python to control program flow
  • write a Python program to reverse user input

Python: Classes and Modules

  • start the course
  • create and import a module at the Python REPL
  • define a function in Python
  • describe the difference in operation between Python scripts, programs and modules
  • run a module as a script using the __name__ == __main__ syntax in Python
  • create a main function that takes command line arguments in Python
  • describe the relationship between classes and types in Python
  • create a class definition and describe the structure in Python
  • write a class initializer method in Python
  • write and use class instance methods in Python
  • write and use static methods in Python
  • use inheritance and describe the semantics in Python
  • describe class properties in Python
  • describe how inheritance affects properties in Python
  • write a class that implements operator overloading in Python
  • write docstrings in Python
  • write comments in Python
  • describe best practice for documenting Python code as set out in PEP 8
  • read text files in Python
  • write data in Python
  • write large files in Python
  • read binary data in Python
  • write binary data in Python
  • write a Python class to represent a vector

Python: Iteration and Exceptions

  • start the course
  • create a list comprehension in Python
  • create a nested comprehension in Python
  • use the zip() function in a generator in Python
  • create a set comprehension in Python
  • create a dictionary comprehension in Python
  • describe the function of iter(), next() and StopIteration() in Python iteration
  • use the map() function in an iteration in Python
  • use the filter() function in an iteration in Python
  • use functools.reduce() to iterate over an iterable
  • implement a custom iterable class in Python
  • implement an iterable using consecutive integer indexing in Python
  • implement an iterable using the extended iter() function
  • create a simple generator in Python
  • create a lazy generator in Python and understand its characteristics
  • create a recursive generator in Python
  • write a basic exception handler in Python to catch all exceptions
  • write an exception handler in Python to catch a specific error, and recognize the reason why catching all errors is bad practice
  • describe the inheritance hierarchy of exceptions in Python and how to catch multiple exception types using a base type
  • raise an exception using a payload and retrieve a payload when handling an error
  • create a custom exception class in Python
  • access and manipulate traceback objects for an exception in Python
  • use assertions in a Python program
  • use implicit and explicit chaining of exceptions in Python
  • create an iterable data type that handles exceptions in Python

Python: Web Application Development

  • start the course
  • describe the key features of the Django framework
  • install and configure the Django framework
  • create a Django project
  • configure the Django web server
  • create a sample Django app
  • incorporate views and templates in an app
  • use Django to include data in a Python web application
  • utilize forms in a Python web application
  • describe the key features of the TurboGears framework
  • install and configure the TurboGears framework
  • incorporate TurboGears templates into a Python web app
  • incorporate TurboGears views into a Python web app
  • create and use a controller in a Python web app
  • describe rendering and how it is used in TurboGears
  • use TurboGears to include data in a Python web application
  • use RESTful URLs in TurboGears
  • describe the key features of Flask
  • create a basic Flask application
  • incorporate a template into a Flask app
  • work with web forms in a Flask project
  • connect to and retrieve data using a Flask app
  • use Django to create a view for a Python web application

Python: web2py and Test-driven Development

The web2py framework lets you build scalable, secure, and portable web applications. Testing provides a way to mitigate bugs and errors before the release of Python applications. In this course, you will learn about the web2py framework and the testing frameworks included in Python and their use.

Python: Data Science Fundamentals

Python is a high-level programming language that has code readability and simplicity as its primary design goals. Coupled with a few key APIs, it also becomes a very powerful data analysis tool. This course will cover basic data science fundamentals and apply them to Python.

Python Fundamentals

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