TIBCO Spotfire Training gives an in-depth knowledge of what all is required to create real world analytic applications and dashboards by using TIBCO Spotfire product.

Spotfire data visualization and analytics software helps you quickly uncover insights for better decision-making. It has dramatically decreased the time spent analyzing our KPIs. What was done in Excel for days can now be done in less than an hour with Spotfire. Spotfire’s interactive dashboards, apps and analytics are the reasons behind which make it easy.

Spotfire provides a simpler and agile way to define business, reaching out to take quick decisions based on the concepts of data warehousing. Spotfire support everything from the smallest implementations to the largest global deployments, delivering automation, central administration, and high-performance.

Our courses are practically divided into broad sections, to make it absolutely apt for both beginners and experienced professionals in the field. The Course offers a very clear understanding of Spotfire in an easy yet articulate way.

In order to make the services equally knowledgeable for both the pros and novices, the Tibco Spotfire training is provided by reliable professionals, who are associated with this technical background. They possess 10+years of industry experience in designing and training for Spotfire end user products.

TIBCO Spotfire Training Curriculum
curriculum_moduleSpotfire Basic Skills

Understanding Visualization of spotfire
Performing Data Filtering
Learning More through Data Drill-Dow.

curriculum_moduleIntroduction to Other Analytical Tools


Comparisions between other BI Tools with Spotfire

curriculum_moduleThe Underlying Data

Expected Format of a Data Table
Loading Data using an Information Link
Opening New Data.

curriculum_modulePages Getting Started With Visualizations in Spotfire

Properties of Table
Properties of Bar Charts
Interpreting Bar Charts
Properties of Line Charts
Interpreting Line Charts
More Visualizations.

General Visualizations Features
Adjusting Properties

Underlying Data


Trellis Visualizations.

Filters In Spotfire
Filter Type
Changing Filter Types
Filtering Display Options
Organizing Filters
Defining Filtering Schemes.

Highlighting Items
Detail Visualizations
Multiple Markings.

Saving And Exporting
Saving a Spotfire File
Exporting Data from Spotfire
Exporting Visualizations from Spotfire.

More Visualization Types
Scatter Plots
Scatter Plot Introduction
Scatter Plot Properties
Using Scatter Plots.

3D Scatter Plots
3D Scatter Plot Introduction
3D Scatter Plot Properties
Using 3D Scatter Plots.

Pie Charts
Pie Chart Introduction
Pie Chart Properties
Using Pie Chart.

Summary Tables
Summary Table Introduction
Summary Table Property
Using Summary Tables.

Cross Tables
Cross Table Introduction
Cross Table Properties
Using Cross Tables.

Graphical Tables
Graphical Table Introduction
Graphical Table Properties
Using Graphical Tables.

Map Charts
Map Chart Introduction
Map Chart Properties
Using Map Charts.

Parallel Coordinate Plots
Parallel Coordinate Plot Introduction
Parallel Coordinate Plot Properties
Using Parallel Coordinate Plots.

Box Plots
Box Plot Introduction
Box Plot Properties
Using Box Plots.

Heat Maps
Heat Map Introduction
Heat Map Properties
Using Heat Maps.

Text Areas
Colouring, Colour Modes, Colour Break Points, Colouring Rules
Colouring in Tables, Cross Tables and Heat Maps
More Colouring Features.

Adding Data To An Existing Analysis
Adding New Rows to a Data Table
Adding New Columns to a Data Table
Adding New Data Tables.

Pivot, Unpivot, Calculate and Replace Column
Calculate New Column
Change Column Names
Change Data Types, Exclude Column, Normalization.

Formatting Numbers
Short Number Format.

Handling Multiple Data Tables
Bundling Data
Data Binning
Binned Column.

Using Tags
Using Lists.

Capturing Your Analysis
Adding and Applying Bookmarks
Sharing Bookmarks.

Deriving More Information From Raw Data
Calculated Columns
Custom Expressions
Similarity between Custom Expressions and Aggregation Methods
The Slicing Concept, Marker
Applications of Custom Expressions
Basic Syntax Rules.

OVER Expressions
OVER in Calculated Columns
OVER in Custom Expressions
Terms to use in OVER Expressions.

Node Navigation Methods
All(), Previous(), Next(), AIIPrevious(), Allnext(), Parent(), Intersect(), Previousperiod(), Nextperiod().

Node Navigation Examples
Syntax Rules
Previous() Example
AIIPrevious() Example
Intersect() Example
Previousperiod() Example
Nextperiod() Example
Lastperiod() Example
ParallelPeriod() Example.

Using Functions In Expressions
If(), Case(), DateTimeNow(), Concatenate(), Rank() and DenseRank(), Max() and Min()
AS Statement
NEST and CROSS Statements
Multiple OVER Statement.

Limiting Data In Visualizations
Limiting Data Using Markings
Limiting Data Using Filterings
Limiting Data Using Expression.

Error Bars
Lines & Curves
Horizontal and Vertical Line
Curve Draw
Curve from Data Table
Line from Column Value
Lines & Curves Example
Hierarchical Clustering.

Information Links
Creating an Information Link
Adding Elements to the Information Link
Specifying Join Path
Specifying Description
Adding Filters and Prompts
Specifying Conditioning
Showing Parameters
Specifying Properties
Saving the Information Link
Viewing and Editing SQL Paths.

Opening Data Using An Information Link
General Workflow For Using Information Designer
Creating Advanced Elements
Aggregated and Drillable Columns
Loading Data on Demand.

Sharing Analyses
Cover Page
Page Modes.

Filters And Filtering Schemes
Drill-down, Different Markings
Columns from Marked.

Text Areas
Editing the Text Area
Creating Links to Website
Adding Filter Controls
Adding Action Controls
Adding Property Controls
Adding Dynamic Items.

Authoring Tips
Using the Collaboration Panel
Using a Spotfire File as a Template
Using Information Links as Template.

Publishing Analyses To TIBCO Spotfire Web Player

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