I am sharing with you my first course on Udemy.com which covers the initial basics needed to be able to handle the Alteryx Designer tool.
This course was created with the purpose of instructing Spanish speakers in the use of this useful big data management tool. Many courses of different levels are available to the public, but at least on the Udemy platform, this is the first one that is taught natively in Spanish. In this way, I seek to break down barriers for all those people who have language limitations.
From personal experience, this software is quite useful, and you can automate very complex processes in a visual way. This is an added value for any project that involves an exorbitant amount of data, that has several sources of information, that requires trial and error to execute the necessary actions, and many more scenarios in which common methods require complex processes.
This course covers the basic use of Alteryx Designer for beginners who want to get started with the tool. The use of Alteryx optimizes work time when transforming data.
It is an excellent tool when data sources are distributed across multiple sources such as:
-Multiple Excel files
-Multiple tables in a database
-Manual data entry
-Combinations of the above-mentioned sources
It also facilitates the development of solutions as it is a visual tool, and its fast processing optimizes processes.
In this course, the characterization and operation of different components of the tool will be explained in order to understand how the software works and how to perform multiple actions simultaneously. In addition to its use, different configurations will be explained in detail to obtain accurate results and valuable and refined information.
The reports generated can be exported in different formats to generate value and the processed information can be consulted on demand once the workflow is saved, that is, it can be executed over and over again regardless of whether the source is updated, i.e. in real-time.
Every day, more and more people are signing up for it, and I am glad that they are having a good experience. I will continue to update this course as needed and I hope it will be the first of many.