DS-ANC201 – Building Lenses, Dashboards And Apps In Wave Analytics

Ready to start building in Wave Analytics? In this course, you’ll find out how to design and create an effective dashboard layout to help explorers quickly find their way around. You’ll learn how to build lenses and add them into your dashboards using the Wave Dashboard Designer to create selectors, filters, and widgets, plus how to create a faceted dashboard which automatically updates as explorers interact with it. Once you’ve created a dashboard, you’ll also learn advanced functionality, such as creating mobile layouts and modifying lens queries. You’ll also learn how to organize your lenses and dashboards using apps and ensure that only the right users have access to them.

DS-ANC301 – Working With Data And Dashboards In Wave Analytics

If your responsibilities include developing a Wave environment that contains Salesforce and external data, setting up Wave data security, and creating attractive and effective dashboards that require advanced queries, taking this class will boost your skills to the next level.
In this 3-day instructor-led course, you will learn how to set up users in Wave, load and transform Salesforce and external data in Wave with JSON metadata files, and configure data security with apps and row-level security. You will also learn how to apply desktop and mobile layouts to dashboards using the Wave Dashboard Designer, modify dashboard queries by updating compact form and SAQL queries, and update metadata with an XML file.

DS-ANC101 – Mobile And Desktop Exploration In Wave Analytics

Ready to see where your data takes you in Salesforce Wave Analytics? This course teaches you how to explore your data through lenses and interactive dashboards from your desktop or mobile device, and how to share your insights in Chatter or email. Learn how to quickly change measures, groups, and filters; select the best visualizations for your data; and drill down to see details. You’ll also learn how to easily load additional data from a CSV file, which you can start exploring right away using the power of Wave Analytics.