During this time when Covid-19 is widespread and everyone is working from home, I decided that I will not only learn new but will help people to learn something new as well. In my recent Comprehensive Database Performance Health Check consulting engagement, I have started to use more and more graphical elements. I found Charts as a very effective way to represent my story and hence I have to build a course on the topic – Build Your First Data Visualization with Google Charts.
Build Your First Data Visualization with Google Charts
Every single day we come across lots of data. The labels and numbers often confuse us when we see them in the spreadsheet. In this course, Build Your First Data Visualization with Google Charts, you will explore how data visualization gives us a complete story and also gives us a prediction of the future. First, you will gain skills to know the basic foundation of google charts. Next, you will learn how to build our very first visualizations with Charts. Finally, you will explore where to look for additional help once we have built our very first Google Chart. By the end of this course, you will be confident to get started with building your very first visualizations.
In this course we are going to learn about two important things:
- How to build our very first visualizations with Google Charts?
- Where to look for additional help once we have built our very first Google Chart?
In this course, we will learn about four different steps to get started with Google Charts. By the end of this course, you will be confident to get started with building your very first visualizations. I have provided ready to use templates where you can just plug your data and get started.
I hope you’ll join me on this journey to Build your First Data Visualization with Google Charts at Pluralsight.
If you have a Pluralsight subscription, you can watch it for free. If you do not have a Pluralsight subscription, you can still watch the course for FREE by signing up for a trial account.
Reference: Pinal Dave (https://blog.sqlauthority.com)
Hi Mr Dave. Going through your execution plan course on Pluralsight (thanks btw), I have a fundamental question … Why, if the cost based analyzer relies of good statistics, are statistics not updated before every read? Sure it would slightly slow each read, but performance would be far more reliable.
Great question – they actually fire the update when they find them older not every time. The reason it fires on the trigger is that for large table statistics updates may take a long period of time.