This is the sixth course in the Google Data Analytics Certificate. These courses will equip you with the skills needed to apply to introductory-level data analyst jobs. You’ll learn how to visualize and present your data findings as you complete the data analysis process. This course will show you how data visualizations, such as visual dashboards, can help bring your data to life. You’ll also explore Tableau, a data visualization platform that will help you create effective visualizations for your presentations. 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 prior experience with spreadsheets or data analytics is required. All you need is high-school level math and a curiosity about how things work.
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This course is wonderful and the instructor is amazing. I learned how to use Tableau for visualization, and how to present my findings. Kevin, you are absolutely a great tutor! Thank you!
This course leads me to have a knowledge about how to be prepared on presenting your insights and findings in a compelling visual, dashboards, and effective presentations skills.
Additional information around the McCandless' method would have been useful since there were so many questions around it and I couldn't really find the answers in the documentation and presentations.
I love this training so far. I'm really excited about getting started with R as I have zero programming skills. I take that back. I taught myself html years ago but that doesn't really apply anymore.
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