Recommended Learning - Data Analyst

Recommended learning for those who are:
  • interested in learning to use Pentaho to aid with data analysis tasks such as creating tables, charts, dashboards and interactive reports.
  • familiar with data modeling concepts and wish to apply these using Pentaho.

image/svg+xml Recommended LearningPentaho: Data Analyst Recommended CoursesSelf-PacedPBA1000S8hrsPRD1000S8hrsPDM2000S8hrsPCT1000S8hrsPDI1000S16hrsORLive Instructor-LedPDM2000L2 daysPCT1000L2 daysPDI1000L3 days Pentaho Business AnalyticsPentaho ReportDesignerPentaho DataModelingPentahoCToolsPentaho DataIntegrationSelf-paced = free. Instructor-led = 1 credit or $675 per student per day. Related Training
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