What you'll learn
Develop Alteryx Workflows
Create ETL (Extract Transform and Load) Processes
Perform Predictive Analytics Functions
Build Custom Data Transformations
Develop Repeatable Alteryx Macros
Embed custom R code inside Alteryx
Use Alteryx in your Professional Day Job
You should have basic PC knowledge.
You should have a basic understanding of data analysis.
If you work in data analysis or business intelligence, having the right tools in your arsenal is key.
This course is for everyone who is either completely new or a beginner with Alteryx Designer. In this course, I'll walk you through the basics of Alteryx, from installing your free trial to connecting to various data sources, performing complex transformations, developing macros, and predictive models using R.
This course does not require any prior knowledge of Alteryx. You should be comfortable with data transformation and reporting, using tools such as Microsoft Excel, everything else you'll pick up along the way in this course.
This course is excellent to kickstart your path to becoming an Alteryx developer, you'll learn all the basics in just a few hours, and will be able to apply your knowledge in the real world, immediately.
There’s a reason why top businesses like Amazon, Audi, and McDonald's trust Alteryx. Its easy-to-use interface and wide-spanning capabilities truly speak for themselves.
By taking this course, you’ll learn the ins and outs of Alteryx through a combination of hands-on lessons, video guides, and downloadable resources.
The course is designed to be flexible so that you can jump to any lesson for a refresher or to learn a specific aspect of the platform.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who is completely new to Alteryx.
- Anyone who is a beginner with Alteryx and would like to explore more of the tools available.
About the instructor
I’ve made a career out of helping businesses capitalize on their data using an incredibly diverse set of tools for data analysis, transformation and presentation purposes. Over the past decade I’ve been fortunate enough to work with several leading fortune 100 tech companies to implement Business Intelligence strategies.
Most recently I’ve been using Alteryx and Airflow to manage Data Pipelines. The versatility of both tools is phenomenal.