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This repository contains materials for the IBM Data Analyst Capstone course from Coursera, including code, Jupyter notebooks and project files, organized by module. It's intended for educational purposes only. Contact me if you have any questions or need help with the materials.
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Ibm data analyst capstone project.
This repository contains all the material for the Coursera course "Data Analyst" from IBM. The course is focused on teaching the skills needed to become a data analyst, including data manipulation, visualization, and analysis.
As I continue the course, I will be uploading additional materials such as code, Jupyter notebooks, and project files.
The materials in this repository are organized by module, with each module containing a set of files and resources specific to that module's content.
If you are a student in the course, please feel free to use this repository as a resource while you work on the course projects. If you are not a student in the course, you are welcome to use the materials in this repository as a learning resource, but please note that they are intended for educational purposes only and may not be used for commercial purposes.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or need help with the materials in this repository.
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IBM Data Engineering Professional Certificate
Launch your new career in Data Engineering. Master SQL, RDBMS, ETL, Data Warehousing, NoSQL, Big Data and Spark with hands-on job-ready skills.
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Professional Certificate - 13 course series
Basic computer skills and a grounding in IT systems. Comfort working in either Linux, Windows, or MacOS. No prior programming or data skills needed.
What you'll learn
Create, design, and manage relational databases and apply database administration (DBA) concepts to RDBMSes such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, and IBM Db2.
Develop and execute SQL queries using SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE statements, database functions, stored procedures, Nested Queries, and JOINs.
Demonstrate working knowledge of NoSQL & Big Data using MongoDB, Cassandra, Cloudant, Hadoop, Apache Spark, Spark SQL, Spark ML, Spark Streaming.
Implement ETL & Data Pipelines with Bash, Airflow & Kafka; architect, populate, deploy Data Warehouses; create BI reports & interactive dashboards.
Skills you'll gain
- Category: Relational Database Management Syste (RDBMS) Relational Database Management Syste (RDBMS)
- Category: ETL & Data Pipelines ETL & Data Pipelines
- Category: NoSQL and Big Data NoSQL and Big Data
- Category: Apache Spark Apache Spark
- Category: SQL SQL
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Prepare for a career in Data Engineering
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This Professional Certificate is for anyone who wants to develop job-ready skills, tools, and a portfolio for an entry-level data engineer position . Throughout the self-paced online courses, you will immerse yourself in the role of a data engineer and acquire the essential skills you need to work with a range of tools and databases to design, deploy, and manage structured and unstructured data .
By the end of this Professional Certificate, you will be able to explain and perform the key tasks required in a data engineering role. You will use the Python programming language and Linux/UNIX shell scripts to extract, transform and load ( ETL ) data. You will work with Relational Databases (RDBMS) and query data using SQL statements. You will use NoSQL databases and unstructured data. You will be introduced to Big Data and work with Big Data engines like Hadoop and Spark . You will gain experience with creating Data Warehouses and utilize Business Intelligence tools to analyze and extract insights.
This program does not require any prior data engineering, or programming experience.
This program is ACE® recommended—when you complete, you can earn up to 12 college credits.
Applied Learning Project
Throughout this Professional Certificate, you will complete hands-on labs and projects to help you gain practical experience with Python, SQL, relational databases, NoSQL databases, Apache Spark, building data pipelines, managing databases, and working with data warehouses. Projects:
Design a relational database to help a coffee franchise improve operations
Use SQL to query census, crime, and school demographic data sets.
Write a Bash shell script on Linux that backups changed files.
Set up, test, and optimize a data platform that contains MySQL, PostgreSQL, and IBM Db2 databases.
Analyze road traffic data to perform ETL and create a pipeline using Airflow and Kafka.
Design and implement a data warehouse for a solid-waste management company.
Move, query, and analyze data in MongoDB, Cassandra, and Cloudant NoSQL databases.
Train a machine learning model by creating an Apache Spark application.
Design, deploy, and manage an end-to-end data engineering platform.
Introduction to Data Engineering
List basic skills required for an entry-level data engineering role.
Discuss various stages and concepts in the data engineering lifecycle.
Describe and provide examples of data engineering technologies such as Relational Databases, NoSQL Data Stores, Big Data Engines, and others.
Summarize concepts in data security, governance, and compliance.
Python for Data Science, AI & Development
Describe Python Basics including Data Types, Expressions, Variables, and Data Structures.
Apply Python programming logic using Branching, Loops, Functions, Objects & Classes.
Demonstrate proficiency in using Python libraries such as Pandas, Numpy, and Beautiful Soup.
Access web data using APIs and web scraping from Python in Jupyter Notebooks.
Python Project for Data Engineering
Demonstrate your skills in Python for data engineering tasks
Implement webscraping and use APIs to collect data in Python
Assume the role of a Data Engineer working on a real project
Extract, Transform and Load (ETL) data using Jupyter notebooks
Introduction to Relational Databases (RDBMS)
Describe data, databases, relational databases, and cloud databases.
Describe information and data models, relational databases, and relational model concepts (including schemas and tables).
Explain an Entity Relationship Diagram and design a relational database for a specific use case.
Implement different relational model constraints.
Databases and SQL for Data Science with Python
Analyze data within a database using SQL and Python.
Create a relational database on Cloud and work with tables.
Write SQL statements including SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE.
Build more powerful queries with advanced SQL techniques like views, transactions, stored procedures and joins.
Hands-on Introduction to Linux Commands and Shell Scripting
Describe the Linux architecture and common Linux distributions and update and install software on a Linux system.
Perform common informational, file, content, navigational, compression, and networking commands in Bash shell.
Develop shell scripts using Linux commands, environment variables, pipes, and filters.
Schedule cron jobs in Linux with crontab and explain the cron syntax.
Relational Database Administration (DBA)
Create, query, and configure databases and access and build system objects such as tables.
Perform basic database management including backing up and restoring databases as well as managing user roles and permissions.
Monitor and optimize important aspects of database performance.
Troubleshoot database issues such as connectivity, login, and configuration and automate functions such as reports, notifications, and alerts.
ETL and Data Pipelines with Shell, Airflow and Kafka
Describe and contrast Extract, Transform, Load (ETL) processes and Extract, Load, Transform (ELT) processes.
Explain batch vs concurrent modes of execution.
Implement an ETL pipelinethrough shell scripting.
Describe data pipeline components, processes, tools, and technologies.
Getting Started with Data Warehousing and BI Analytics
Explore the architecture, features, and benefits of data warehouses, data marts, and data lakes and identify popular data warehouse system vendors.
Design and populate a data warehouse, and model and querydata using CUBE, ROLLUP, and materialized views.
Identify popular data analytics and business intelligence tools and vendors and create data visualizations using IBM Cognos Analytics.
Design and load data into a data warehouse, write aggregation queries, create materialized query tables, and create an analytics dashboard.
Introduction to NoSQL Databases
Differentiate between the four main categories of NoSQL repositories.
Describe the characteristics, features, benefits, limitations, and applications of the more popular Big Data processing tools.
Perform common tasks using MongoDB tasks including create, read, update, and delete (CRUD) operations.
Execute keyspace, table, and CRUD operationsin Cassandra.
Introduction to Big Data with Spark and Hadoop
Explainthe impact of Big Data including use cases, tools, and processing methods.
ExplainApache Hadoop architecture, ecosystem, and practices, and userelatedapplications including HDFS, HBase, Spark, and MapReduce.
Apply Spark programming basics, including parallel programming basics forDataFrames, data sets, and Spark SQL.
UseSpark’s RDDsanddata sets, optimizingSparkSQLusing Catalyst and Tungsten, anduseSpark’s development and runtime environment options.
Data Engineering and Machine Learning using Spark
Explain how streaming data and Spark Structured Streaming empower machine learning and AI tasks.
Define graph theory, describe Apache Spark GraphFrames, and identify data suitable for GraphFrames.
Describe how ETL processes work with Apache Spark and machine learning and extend that knowledge to Spark MLlib capabilities and related benefits.
Explain supervised learning, unsupervised learning, and clustering, and explain how to use the k-means clustering algorithm with Spark MLlib.
Data Engineering Capstone Project
Demonstrate proficiency in skills required for an entry-level data engineering role.
Design and implement various concepts and components in the data engineering lifecycle such as data repositories.
Showcase working knowledge with relational databases, NoSQL data stores, big data engines, data warehouses, and data pipelines.
Apply skills in Linux shell scripting, SQL, and Python programming languages to Data Engineering problems.
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This repository contains materials for the IBM Data Analyst Capstone course from Coursera, including code, Jupyter notebooks and project files, organized by module. It's intended for educational purposes only. Contact me if you have any questions or need help with the materials. - GitHub - shavilya/IBM-data-analyst-capstone-project: This repository contains materials for the IBM Data Analyst ...
You will perform the various tasks that professional data analysts do as part of their jobs, including: - Data collection from multiple sources - Data wrangling and data preparation - Exploratory data analysis - Statistical analysis and data mining - Data visualization with different charts and plots, and - Interactive dashboard creation.
Set up, test, and optimize a data platform that contains MySQL, PostgreSQL, and IBM Db2 databases. Analyze road traffic data to perform ETL and create a pipeline using Airflow and Kafka. Design and implement a data warehouse for a solid-waste management company. Move, query, and analyze data in MongoDB, Cassandra, and Cloudant NoSQL databases.