CeDAR Sponsored Trainings
For training sessions specific to CeDAR's "Data Analytics and Reporting" topics, please visit the Princeton Employee LearningCenter.
Training is available for Cognos, Tableau, and IGC. For different business needs, please feel free to contact a specific Package Custodian, as they can arrange for a customized training for a central office, using a specific set of data, for either report writers or report viewers.
Reporting in Cognos Analytics
Audience: Report Writers Only
Description: These sessions are strictly for report authors and will take place over 2 half days or 1 full day. Cognos Analytics adopts a completely new/redesigned user interface in which the screen layout is much cleaner and functionality is exposed only on demand. This session offers a blend of introductory and advanced report writing techniques as well as some new functionality, which will begin to get you acclimated with the new authoring tool.
Cognos Analytics: The Role of a Package Custodian
Audience: Package Custodians Only
Description: These sessions are strictly for Package Custodians. We will take a tour of the tool walk through a typical role of a Package Custodian.
- Sessions will be offered on an "as needed" basis.
- An eLearning video will be made available to cover this content ASAP
- A QRC is available
Cognos: Data Fanalytics
CeDAR offers a series of 60-90 minute workshops that provide a closer look at some of the data visualization features in Cognos. In these, we’ll focus on specific topics which will introduce you to tips and tricks of the tool to help spice up your reports and dashboards.
*Also offered for Tableau
Information Governance Catalog (IGC)
The Information Governance Catalog (IGC) is an interactive, web-based tool that allows users to explore, understand and analyze metadata and information within a central catalog, including categories, terms and collections.
The business glossary is designed to help users understand and adopt a common business language and business meaning of information assets found within BI reports.
Upon completion of this course you will be able to:
- Navigate categories and understand hierarchy structure to access terms and definitions
- Create queries to search categories for terms and definitions
- Create collections to manage your terms and definitions
- Explore metadata assets
Tableau: An Introduction
Connect to your data and perform queries without writing a single line of code. Stay in the flow as you shift between views with drag-and-drop technology. Drive decisions using data. Combine multiple views into interactive dashboards. Highlight and filter data to show relationships. String together specific insights into a guided story to explain the ‘why’ behind your data.
This course is designed for the beginner. It is for anyone who works with Princeton data, whether it be from a technical or analytical standpoint. It’s designed to help you understand and use the concepts and techniques in Tableau to move from simple to complex visualizations and learn how to combine them in interactive dashboards.
Tableau: For Interactors
Tableau Interactor classes are available to data consumers who wish to learn more about interacting with Tableau visualizations published on a Tableau site, including visualizations published with an underlying data set. These classes are not intended to teach creating new visualizations using Tableau Desktop, only interacting with published visualizations on a Tableau site.
Tableau: Data Fanalytics
CeDAR offers a series of 60-90 minute workshops that provide a closer look at some of Tableau’s data visualization features. In these, we’ll focus on specific topics, moving beyond the introductory material and introducing you to tips and tricks of the tool to help spice up your dashboards.
*Also offered for Cognos