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ALT60G – Alteryx Intermediate Concepts with Tableau

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Course Outline:

Course Outline:

Alteryx Designer – Advanced Concepts

  • Review Alteryx Designer
  • Advanced Preparation Practice
  • Advanced Blending Techniques
  • Building a Report
  • Building a Macro

Alteryx Designer – In DB Tools

  • Review database structure, management, and best practices
  • Learn how analytical processes change for dynamic vs. static data
  • Understand In-DB tools within Alteryx Designer
  • Transpose an offline use case for an In-DB environment

Spatial Analytics

  • Learn how spatial data is treated within Alteryx Designer
  • Introduction spatial tools in Alteryx Designer
  • Create spatial points
  • Build spatial tools
  • Conduct spatial analysis
  • Solve spatial analytics use cases

Data Visualization

  • Review ad-hoc data visualization within Alteryx Designer
  • Introduction to data visualizations tools and environments (Tableau)
  • Review options for connecting data from Alteryx Data to visualization tools
  • Discuss visual analytics best practices
  • Create visualizations that highlight analytical trends and insights
  • Share data visualizations on web-based mediums

Course Audience & Prerequisites:

Audience:

This class is for beginner to intermediate level Alteryx Designer users who wish to visualize their analytical findings. Users should be comfortable preparing, parsing, blending, and transforming data in Alteryx Designer and have some familiarity with data visualization.

Prerequisites:

- Familiarity with importing data from a variety of data sources

- A minimum of 3-5 weeks’ experience with Alteryx Designer

Course Offerings:

Instructor Led In Classroom

Newcomp can directly deliver courses through the use of in-class training facilities.

Currently,  in-class courses are offered in Markham, Ottawa, Vancouver, Halifax, and Edmonton. Please note that classes can be added to new areas based on demand.

Instructor Led Online

Students receive the same quality as an in-class course, with a live instructor and the ability to participate in hands-on labs through real-life examples

ILOs help cut costs by reducing time and travel as they can be taken from home or the office and require only the use of a computer, high-speed wired internet and a headset.

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  • Course Audience & Prerequisites
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Course Outline:

Alteryx Designer – Advanced Concepts

  • Review Alteryx Designer
  • Advanced Preparation Practice
  • Advanced Blending Techniques
  • Building a Report
  • Building a Macro

Alteryx Designer – In DB Tools

  • Review database structure, management, and best practices
  • Learn how analytical processes change for dynamic vs. static data
  • Understand In-DB tools within Alteryx Designer
  • Transpose an offline use case for an In-DB environment

Spatial Analytics

  • Learn how spatial data is treated within Alteryx Designer
  • Introduction spatial tools in Alteryx Designer
  • Create spatial points
  • Build spatial tools
  • Conduct spatial analysis
  • Solve spatial analytics use cases

Data Visualization

  • Review ad-hoc data visualization within Alteryx Designer
  • Introduction to data visualizations tools and environments (Tableau)
  • Review options for connecting data from Alteryx Data to visualization tools
  • Discuss visual analytics best practices
  • Create visualizations that highlight analytical trends and insights
  • Share data visualizations on web-based mediums

Audience:

This class is for beginner to intermediate level Alteryx Designer users who wish to visualize their analytical findings. Users should be comfortable preparing, parsing, blending, and transforming data in Alteryx Designer and have some familiarity with data visualization.

Prerequisites:

- Familiarity with importing data from a variety of data sources

- A minimum of 3-5 weeks’ experience with Alteryx Designer

Instructor Led In Classroom

Newcomp can directly deliver courses through the use of in-class training facilities.

Currently,  in-class courses are offered in Markham, Ottawa, Vancouver, Halifax, and Edmonton. Please note that classes can be added to new areas based on demand.

Instructor Led Online

Students receive the same quality as an in-class course, with a live instructor and the ability to participate in hands-on labs through real-life examples

ILOs help cut costs by reducing time and travel as they can be taken from home or the office and require only the use of a computer, high-speed wired internet and a headset.

ALT10G – Alteryx Designer – Core Concepts

This course teaches students the building blocks required to complete more complex analytical tasks with Alteryx Designer. Students will gain a thorough understanding of important concepts that will enable them to prepare, parse, blend, transform and analyze data from disparate sources and output their results. This course provides students with the skills required to prepare for the Alteryx Designer Core Certification Exam.  

ALT20G – Alteryx Designer – Advanced Concepts

This course teaches students higher-level Alteryx abilities and builds on the ALT10G – Alteryx Designer – Core Concepts course. Students will learn more advanced preparation, blending and parsing techniques. Other areas explored include; spatial analytics for creating points, lines and polygons, creating reports for consumption, macros and applications to minimize workflow dependencies, and an introduction to the Alteryx Gallery.   This course provides students with the skills required to prepare for the Alteryx Designer Advanced Certification Exam.

ALT30G – Alteryx Designer – Predictive Concepts

This course is designed to teach students how to utilize Alteryx to perform predictive analytics. Concepts covered in this course include: Time series, regression, predictive grouping, and how to create an R Macro in Alteryx. Students will learn how to prepare and analyze data before running it through models to ensure to create meaningful predictive investigations.

ALT40G – Alteryx Server Fundamentals

This course teaches students the ins and outs of Alteryx server deployment, including the Gallery, Controller, and Scheduler. Students will review server architectures, learn to appropriately allocate resources, and provision controller and worker nodes, all with an understanding of modern distributed computing.

TABD01G – Tableau Desktop I: Fundamentals – (In-Classroom)

This course allows students to build a solid foundation in Tableau, regardless of technical or analytical background. Students will learn how to navigate the interface and examine the core concepts and techniques in Tableau. Students will explore how to create simple and complex visualizations and how to combine them in interactive dashboards. At the end of the course, students will be able to understand Tableau technology, along with how to easily connect to their data through the interface and create powerful visualizations. Students will create basic calculations including basic arithmetic calculations, custom aggregations and ratios, date math, and quick table calculations. Click here for the virtual classroom format of this course.

TABD02G – Tableau Desktop II: Intermediate – (In-Classroom)

This course is designed to provide students with the skills required to become a Tableau power user. It’s made for the professional who has solid working experience with Tableau and wants to take it to the next level. Students should have a deep understanding of all the fundamental concepts of building worksheets and dashboards, but are looking to work with more complex issues.   Click here for the virtual classroom format of this course.

TABD03G – Tableau Desktop III: Advanced – (In-Classroom)

This course teaches students how to get the most out of Tableau Desktop by dividing calculations and applying them to real world scenarios. Students will learn how to artfully prepare and organize their visualizations, and understand when a table calculation, calculation or LOD should be used and when they overlap. By the end of the course, students will have a better grasp of advanced building techniques and calculations to address common business use cases and format their visualizations and dashboards for maximum impact. Click here for the virtual classroom format of this course.

TABS05G – Tableau Server Administration – (In-Classroom)

This course provides and in-depth coverage of Tableau Server Administration, where students will learn the knowledge and skills to administer a Tableau Server installation, including managing content, users and permissions. Students will also learn how to upgrade a single-server installation to a new version, as well as modifying the authentication method, and monitor the server status. Click here for the virtual classroom format of this course.  

TABS06G – Tableau Server Architecture – (In-Classroom)

This course provides in-depth coverage of Tableau Server architecture and configuration. The knowledge and skills acquired are best geared toward those architecting and administering a large or complex deployment of Tableau Server, or a consultant who will be involved in many deployments of Tableau Server. Click here for the virtual classroom format of this course.

TABD12G – Tableau Desktop I & II: Accelerated

This course is designed to make power users out of absolute beginners. If you need your team seeing and understanding your data in the shortest time possible this course is for you. It combines topics from both the Tableau Desktop I and II courses into a caffeine-fueled, 3-day data marathon.

TABP1G – Tableau Prep I – (In-Classroom)

This course is designed to provide student with the tools and knowledge of how to prepare and shape data in Tableau Prep. It’s best suited for students who have 3-6 months experience in Tableau Desktop and are somewhat familiar with writing calculations. Throughout the course, instructor will take you from conceptual data preparation material to creating useful Tableau Prep flows that can be output to Tableau Desktop for analysis. Click here for the virtual classroom format of this course.

TABD01G – Tableau Desktop I: Fundamentals – (Live Virtual Classroom)

This course allows students to build a solid foundation in Tableau, regardless of technical or analytical background. Students will learn how to navigate the interface and examine the core concepts and techniques in Tableau. Students will explore how to create simple and complex visualizations and how to combine them in interactive dashboards. At the end of the course, students will be able to understand Tableau technology, along with how to easily connect to their data through the interface and create powerful visualizations. Students will create basic calculations including basic arithmetic calculations, custom aggregations and ratios, date math, and quick table calculations. Duration: Depending on your particular class, it will either run 2.5 hours daily instruction for five days or 3 hours daily instruction over four days.

TABD02G – Tableau Desktop II: Intermediate – (Live Virtual Classroom)

This course is designed to provide students with the skills required to become a Tableau power user. It’s made for the professional who has solid working experience with Tableau and wants to take it to the next level. Students should have a deep understanding of all the fundamental concepts of building worksheets and dashboards, but are looking to work with more complex issues.   Duration: Depending on your particular class, it will either run 2.5 hours daily instruction for five days or 3 hours daily instruction over four days. We recommend planning for 30-60 minutes of homework after each session to work on the topics covered that day.

TABD03G – Tableau Desktop III: Advanced – (Live Virtual Classroom)

This course teaches students how to get the most out of Tableau Desktop by dividing calculations and applying them to real world scenarios. Students will learn how to artfully prepare and organize their visualizations, and understand when a table calculation, calculation or LOD should be used and when they overlap. By the end of the course, students will have a better grasp of advanced building techniques and calculations to address common business use cases and format their visualizations and dashboards for maximum impact. Duration: 2.5 hours per day over 5 days

TABP1G – Tableau Prep I – (Live Virtual Classroom)

This course is designed to provide student with the tools and knowledge of how to prepare and shape data in Tableau Prep. It’s best suited for students who have 3-6 months experience in Tableau Desktop and are somewhat familiar with writing calculations. Throughout the course, instructor will take you from conceptual data preparation material to creating useful Tableau Prep flows that can be output to Tableau Desktop for analysis. Duration: Five days virtual classroom instruction.

TABS05G – Tableau Server Administration – (Live Virtual Classroom)

This course provides and in-depth coverage of Tableau Server Administration, where students will learn the knowledge and skills to administer a Tableau Server installation, including managing content, users and permissions. Students will also learn how to upgrade a single-server installation to a new version, as well as modifying the authentication method, and monitor the server status. Duration: Five days of virtual classroom instruction.  

TABS06G – Tableau Server Architecture – (Live Virtual Classroom)

This course provides in-depth coverage of Tableau Server architecture and configuration. The knowledge and skills acquired are best geared toward those architecting and administering a large or complex deployment of Tableau Server, or a consultant who will be involved in many deployments of Tableau Server. Duration: Four days of virtual classroom instruction.

TABVA1G – Visual Analytics – (In-Classroom)

In this course, you will learn to design visualizations that effectively share information and insights with others. This course will strengthen your understanding of visual best practices. The Visual Analytics course helps Tableau users design visualizations that viewers can easily understand and use. This course uses Tableau to develop and discuss visualizations, but does not include instruction on how to use Tableau products (it is expected that you already know how to navigate and use Tableau). Click here for the virtual classroom format of this course.

TABVA1G – Visual Analytics – (Live Virtual Classroom)

In this course, you will learn to design visualizations that effectively share information and insights with others. This course will strengthen your understanding of visual best practices. The Visual Analytics course helps Tableau users design visualizations that viewers can easily understand and use. This course uses Tableau to develop and discuss visualizations, but does not include instruction on how to use Tableau products (it is expected that you already know how to navigate and use Tableau). Duration: 2.5 hours daily instruction for five days.

TABWA1G – Web Authoring – (In-Classroom)

This course is for the beginner Tableau Online or Tableau Server user with no previous experience or training on Tableau Desktop. It is for anyone that work with data—regardless of technical or analytical background. It is designed to introduce students to the functions of web authoring in Tableau Online and Tableau Server. In this course, students will learn the skills needed to create, edit, and interact with basic worksheets that use previously-published data sources.

ALT60G – Alteryx Intermediate Concepts with Tableau

This custom course prepares students to undergo sophisticated data analytics in Alteryx Designer and data visualization in Tableau. Students will learn advanced data preparation, cleansing, and transformation tools in Alteryx Designer. They will understand the nuances of analyzing data in and outside of a live database environment. Spatial topics will be covered to enable students to design spatial workflows in Alteryx Designer. Students will also learn best practices for visual analytics, connecting to a visualization environment (Tableau), and illustrating their analytical insights in their preferred visualization software.