This course teaches data modelers how to model data using data modules in IBM Cognos Analytics. The students will learn how to create data modules from different sources, such as uploaded files. They will also identify how to customize their data modules by adding joins, calculations, and filters. In addition, students will examine how to group their data (for example, by using navigation paths), how to share their data modules with others, and how to make use of some advanced modeling techniques, such as relative date analysis.
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K01001G – Create Reports using IBM Cognos Analytics – Reporting
This offering provides authors with an introduction to the reporting capabilities in IBM Cognos Analytics – Reporting. Authors will learn about the reporting environment, the different types of reports that can be created, and how they can be enhanced by modifying properties.
K01002G – Add Business Logic to Reports using IBM Cognos Analytics – Reporting
This course provides Business and Professional Authors with an introduction to augmenting reports created in IBM Cognos Analytics – Reporting, by focusing reports using filters and prompts, and creating calculations. Students will examine each of these topics and lean to apply them to reports.
K01003G – Extend Report Functionality in IBM Cognos Analytics – Reporting
This course provides Business and Professional Authors with an introduction to augmenting reports created in IBM Cognos Analytics – Reporting by creating reports using conditional formatting, defining Drill-through definitions, enhancing the report layout and exploring additional report building techniques. Students will examine each of these topics and learn to apply them to reports.
K01004G – Create Advanced Reports using IBM Cognos Analytics – Reporting
This course provides Business and Professional Authors with an introduction to advanced report building techniques using relational data models, and ways of enhancing, customizing, and managing professional reports.
K01005G – Extend and distribute reports using IBM Cognos Analytics – Reporting
This course provides Business and Professional Authors with additional report building techniques by extending reports using effective prompts and report specifications, distributing reports using bursting techniques, and enhancing reports with HTML.
K01006G – Create Active Reports using IBM Cognos Analytics – Reporting
This course provides IBM Cognos Analytics Report Authors with an understanding of Active Report content and functionality within IBM Cognos Analytics – Reporting. Students will be introduced to the basics of Active Report controls and variables, and gain skills in creating and updating Active Reports, which can then be distributed to and consumed by users in a disconnected environment, including on mobile devices. Students will learn how to create an Active Report, convert an existing report to an Active Report, and save an Active Report as a standalone MHT file.
K01008G – Create Advanced Reports with Multidimensional Data using IBM Cognos Analytics – Reporting
This course guides authors in building on their expertise with IBM Cognos Analytics by applying advanced dimensional techniques to reports. Students will learn how to author reports that navigate and manipulate dimensional data structures using the specific dimensional functions and features available in IBM Cognos Analytics.
K01009G – Create Data Modules using IBM Cognos Analytics
This training provides students with knowledge of metadata modeling concepts and how to model metadata using IBM Cognos Analytics. Students will learn the full scope of the metadata modeling process, from creating Data source connections, creating Data modules, to the sharing of metadata to other users, facilitating reports and analyses by themselves and colleagues.
K01014G – Extended Capabilities in IBM Cognos Framework Manager
This offering teaches IBM Cognos Framework Manager data modelers how to use some of the extended capabilities in the product. Students will learn ways to manage and maintain their models and packages, and how to work effectively in a multi-modeler environment. In addition, students will explore other modeling techniques, such as: leveraging user-defined functions, and how to customize metadata for a multilingual audience.