Learn the cornerstones of analytics, dive into the capabilities of predictive analytics, and gain essential skills for effectively communicating your findings through data visualization at this three-day seminar. Join us in Houston or online!
December 6, 2021
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Duration: Full Day Course
Central Standard Time CST
Prerequisite: This course assumes basic understanding of data warehousing fundamentals. It also assumes some basic understanding of entity-relationship modeling.
Inventor in Residence
Strong Force Capital
BI and analytics systems challenge the proven data modeling techniques of the past. The expanding scope of data management technologies, consumption demands, and data science processes require updated modeling skills. The data modeler’s toolbox must address relational data, NoSQL data, dimensional data, and master data. Modeling processes must include both top-down requirements-driven and bottom-up discovery methods. For those with data modeling experience, this course extends their skills to meet today’s modeling challenges. Those new to data modeling are introduced to the broad range of modeling skills needed for BI and data warehousing systems. Those who need to understand data models, but not necessarily to develop them, will learn about the various forms of models and what they are intended to communicate.