You can take up this course without the need for any particular skills
Melbourne is the second largest cities in Australia providing excellent scope to various firms big and small to thrive in this market. The modern businesses are able to keep track of their customers and their purchase behavior thanks to big data analytics. This is possible with the help of cutting-edge technologies like Qlikview which helps the firm get deep insights within fraction of seconds. Therefore candidates who have experience and sound knowledge in this tool are highly in-demand.
Melbourne is an emerging hotspot for the top-notch tech firms from across the globe. With the economy going data-driven, it has become imperative for the firms to delve into hidden data patterns. This job is performed by highly skilled BI professionals and hence the candidates having Qlikview mentioned on their resumes are preferred by the companies.
Intellipaat’s Qlikview Training Course emphasizes on providing you hands-on experience than just imparting theoretical knowledge, unlike others. As part of this training you will be carrying-out a real-time project work and assignments. Also this training course is in line with the QlikView Developer Certification. Hence if you wish to grab top BI jobs in the city, enrolling in this course will be best option to kick-start your career.
Introduction to the concepts of Business Intelligence, learning about QlikView, the unique features of QlikView that make it the market leader, comparison to other BI tools, the complete overview and architecture of QlikView, studying the various file types and extensions.
Learning about the various QlikView products, understanding about the QlikView Desktop, Server, Access Point, Publisher, the Management Console and NPrinting reporting platform.
Hands-on Exercise – Practice QlikView Desktop, Server, Access Point, Publisher, the Management Console and NPrinting reporting platform.
Understanding the data warehouse architecture, the concept of dimensional model, fact tables and dimensions, learning about Star and Snow Flake schema, QlikView data model comparison to other data models, understanding the data source files.
Hands-on Exercise – Understanding the data warehouse architecture, the concept of dimensional model, fact tables and dimensions, learning about Star and Snow Flake schema, QlikView data model comparison to other data models, understanding the data source files.
Learning about loading data from various databases, generating script, loading of text files, delimited text files, loading data from multiple data sources, various types of data loads like incremental, binary, resident, buffer, preceding, mapping load types, understanding how to load inline table, generic tables, media content and image inclusion, web page data loading, semantic load, various examples to simplify the concepts.
Hands-on Exercise – Load data from a database, Generat script, Load a delimited text file, Load data from excel file, Load inline table, generic tables, media content,Include image, Load a web page data
Learning to create tabs in the scripts, debugging of scripts, inclusion of variables and comments in the scripts.
Hands-on Exercise – Create tabs in the scripts, debug a script, Include variables and comments in the scripts.
Understanding the basic data model of QlikView, learning to work with the Table Viewer, the System Table and System fields.
Hands-on Exercise – Work with the Table Viewer, the System Table and System fields.
Introduction to the various data relationships – Join, Concatenation, Join, and the different options available in each.
Hands-on Exercise – Use Join, Concatenation
The rules of data modeling in QlikView, introduction to circular references, synthetic key tables, resolving synthetic keys and circular references.
Hands-on Exercise – Resolve synthetic keys and circular references
Understanding what is QVD file in QlikView, the way to create QVD file, the standard structure of a QVD file, its various components, the various types and uses of QVD files, learning what is optimized and unoptimized load.
Hands-on Exercise – Create QVD file
Creating a master calendar in QlikView, extracting the highest and lowest data, deploying scripts to create variables, working with arbitrary date ranges.
Hands-on Exercise – Create a master calendar in QlikView, Extract the highest and lowest data, Deploy scripts to create variables, Work with arbitrary date ranges
Understanding the various concepts of QlikView security, defining the access controls, levels of access, maintaining the access control database, section access addition and other concepts.
Hands-on Exercise – Create the access controls rules, Create different levels of access, Access and Edit the access control database
The various types of null values in QlikView and the different methods to handling them.
Hands-on Exercise – Handle null values in QlikView
Working with QlikView sheets and sheet objects, learning about the sheet basics, cross tables, the data transformation in QlikView, transposing a physical table.
Hands-on Exercise – Perform a data transformation in QlikView, Transpose a physical table.
Understanding a list box, most basic sheet object, the various actions in List Box, its properties, the example of a list box.
Hands-on Exercise – Use a list box and assign actions to it
A sheet object that shows several fields simultaneously, learning to create a table box, sorting in table box, understanding table box formatting options, printing the data from table box, exporting to a text file.
Hands-on Exercise – Create a sheet object that shows several fields simultaneously, Create a table box, Sort data in table box, Format data in a table box, Print the data of table box, Export data to a text file.
Representation of value from multiple fields, learning to create a multibox, the various selection features, formatting and resizing of multiboxes.
Hands-on Exercise – Create a multibox, Select data using different criteria, Format and Resize a multiboxe
Working with text and button objects, learning to create them, formatting, resizing, copying and moving of text objects, understanding of action scripts in button and text objects.
Hands-on Exercise – Create text and button objects, Format, Resize, Copy and Move text objects, Run action scripts in button and text objects
Learning the basics of QlikView Charts, graphical representation of numerical data, various types of charts like bar, pie, grid, funnel, combo, learning to create charts, selections in charts and exporting of charts.
Hands-on Exercise – Plot charts like bar, pie, grid, funnel, combo, Make selections in charts and export charts
Introduction to multidimensional charts, setting up multiple expressions in straight table and pivot table, learning about straight table and pivot table, table box and deploying visual cues.
Hands-on Exercise – Plot multidimensional charts, Set up multiple expressions in straight table and pivot table, Deploy visual cues
Learning about Gauge Chart in QlikView, the various types of Gauges, understanding how to build Gauges, the various types of Gauge Charts.
Hands-on Exercise – Build Gauge chart in QlikView
Introduction to the other sheet objects like Statistics Box, Slider/Calendar Object, Current Selections Box, Bookmark Object, Container Object, and Input Box.
Hands-on Exercise – Create sheet objects like Statistics Box, Slider/Calendar Object, Current Selections Box, Bookmark Object, Container Object, and Input Box
The additional editing like settings of type legend, title, fast change chart type, text in chart and reference lines, caption settings and drilldown, cyclic functionality.
Hands-on Exercise – Set up type legend, title, captions
Learning about the various expressions like chart attribute, colour, working with calculated fields, labels, and dynamic text in text objects, calculated fields and dimensions in list boxes and charts.
Hands-on Exercise – Create chart attributes, Assign colour, Work with calculated fields,Create dynamic text in text objects
Learning about the settings menu in QlikView, the various options like user preferences, document properties and sheet properties.
Hands-on Exercise – Use settings menu in QlikView to set user preferences, document properties and sheet properties
The various QlikView functions like ApplyMap, Lookup, Previous, Value List, Interval Match, Class, Value Loop, Peek, Pick, Match, Wild Match, Statistical Functions,Range Functions, etc.
Hands-on Exercise – Use functions ApplyMap, Lookup, Previous, Value List, Interval Match, Class, Value Loop, Peek, Pick, Match, Wild Match, Statistical Functions,Range Functions
Learning about ad hoc report creation and editing, introduction to QlikView bookmarks, the various types of bookmarks, creating and managing bookmarks.
Hands-on Exercise – Create ad hoc report, Edit the report, Create and manage bookmarks
Understanding QlikView themes, creating, applying and working with dynamic themes.
Hands-on Exercise – Create, apply and work with dynamic themes
Learning about QlikView extensions, visualizing of data with extensions, creating a simple HTML extension, HTML table, working with interactive extensions and external libraries with extensions.
Hands-on Exercise – Use QlikView extension for data visualization, Create a simple HTML extension, Work with interactive extensions
Understanding set analysis, defining data values that are different from set definition, working with modifiers, identifiers, operators, example of expressions, indirect set analysis, YTD & MTD and rolling 12 months, various examples.
Hands-on Exercise – Work with modifiers, Identifiers, Operators, Expressions, Implement YTD & MTD and rolling 12 months
Understanding alternate states for performing comparative analysis on sets of multiple data items, working with market basket analysis, examples of various alternate states.
Hands-on Exercise – Perform comparative analysis on sets of multiple data items, Do market basket analysis
Understanding what-if analysis in QlikView, working on creating variables, slider objects, assigning variables to sheet and slider objects.
Hands-on Exercise – Do what-if analysis in QlikView
The process of installation, various types of licenses, types of CALS, learn to deploy the application on the server, working with server bookmarks, annotations.
Hands-on Exercise – Deploy an app on the server
Project : QlikView Dashboard creation using 3 principles of DAR
Industry : General
Problem Statement: How to successfully build QlikView applications using DAR
Topics : This project involves understanding the concepts of the QlikView Dashboard, Analysis, Reporting (DAR) methodology to creating and building of QlikView applications. This way you can reuse your earlier QlikView Worksheets with minimal changes thus saving you time and effort. You will have hands-on experience in designing the Dashboard, creating Analysis Page and ultimately develop the QlikView Reports with DAR implementation. You will learn about the business overview, deploying user-driven controls for data filters and reporting of specific details in this QlikView Dashboard project.
Project 2 – Create a mini chart in QlikView application
Domain – Human Resource
Objective – To see the current values of salaries in one column and historical values in another cell in a mini chart that would contain a bar chart and a trend chart
Domain – Healthcare
Objective – Visual Mapping between Vaccination rate and Measles outbreak
The description of the dataset is mentioned below
Intellipaat offers the most in-depth and comprehensive QlikView learning opportunity with training course content that is completely in line with the QlikView Developer Certification Exam. QlikView is one of the best Business Intelligence platforms that delivers true self-service analytics and BI in order to drive businesses insights that are relevant, real-time and readily deployable.
You will be working on real time QlikView projects in this QlikView certification training that have high relevance in the corporate world, step by step assignments and curriculum designed by industry experts. Upon completion of the training course you can apply for some of the best jobs in top MNCs around the world at top salaries. Intellipaat offers lifetime access to videos, course materials, 24/7 Support, and course material upgrading to latest version at no extra fees. Hence it is clearly a one-time investment.
This training course is designed for clearing QlikView Developer Certification Exam conducted by Qlik. The entire training course content is in line with the certification program and helps you clear the certification exam with ease and get the best jobs in the top MNCs.
As part of this QlikView Certification training you will be working on real time projects and assignments that have immense implications in the real world industry scenario thus helping you fast track your career effortlessly.
At the end of this QlikView Certification training program there will be a quiz that perfectly reflects the type of questions asked in the certification exam and helps you score better marks in certification exam.
Intellipaat Course Completion certificate will be awarded on the completion of Project work (on expert review)and upon scoring of at least 60% marks in the quiz. Intellipaat certification is well recognized in top 80+ MNCs like Ericsson, Cisco, Cognizant, Sony, Mu Sigma, Saint-Gobain, Standard Chartered, TCS, Genpact, Hexaware, etc.
This course is designed for clearing QlikView Certification program conducted by Qlik. At the end of the course there will be a quiz and project assignments once you complete them you will be awarded with Intellipaat Course Completion certificate.Intellipaat enjoys strong relationships with multiple staffing companies in US, UK and have +80 clients across the globe. If you are looking out for exploring job opportunities, you can pass your resumes once you complete the course and we will help you with job assistance. We don’t charge any extra fees for passing the resume to our partners and clients.
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