This is the third course in the Google Data Analytics Certificate. These courses will equip you with the skills needed to apply to introductory-level data analyst jobs. As you continue to build on your understanding of the topics from the first two courses, you’ll also be introduced to new topics that will help you gain practical data analytics skills. You’ll learn how to use tools like spreadsheets and SQL to extract and make use of the right data for your objectives and how to organize and protect your data. Current Google data analysts will continue to instruct and provide you with hands-on ways to accomplish common data analyst tasks with the best tools and resources.
No experience with spreadsheets or data analytics is required. All you need is high-school level math skills and a curiosity about how things work.
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Its helps alot of many things Idont even knows or come across in life and i will make sure i follow the leads of the trainings and make it to benefit in my career and fyture learning thanks
As a beginner in SQL and Data analyst world, this course "Prepare Data for exploration" open my eyes and enrich my knowledge. I do really enjoy this course. and Excited to move forward. Thank you :)
I have gained so many skills from this course. Throughout this course i have learned how to do sorting, filtering , metadata types and a lot more useful skills which data analyst can use them.
Thank you for the course! It's a nice introduction to SQL and Google Big Query as well as the concepts of data privacy and security. The course also offers some great tips for professional networking.
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