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Extract, Transform, and Load Data

This course is part of CertNexus Certified Data Science Practitioner Professional Certificate

Taught in English

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Stacey McBrine
Sarah Haq

Instructors: Stacey McBrine

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Gain insight into a topic and learn the fundamentals

4.7

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Intermediate level

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15 hours (approximately)
Flexible schedule
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3 quizzes

Course

Gain insight into a topic and learn the fundamentals

4.7

(22 reviews)

Intermediate level

Recommended experience

15 hours (approximately)
Flexible schedule
Learn at your own pace

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This course is part of the CertNexus Certified Data Science Practitioner Professional Certificate
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There are 4 modules in this course

The first truly hands-on technical phase of the data science process is actually a combination of related tasks known as extract, transform, and load (ETL). This is where you, the data science practitioner, start to mold and shape the data so that it can be as useful as possible for the later steps in the data science process. In this course, you'll go through each ETL task in order, starting with "E" (extract).

What's included

12 videos7 readings1 quiz1 discussion prompt3 ungraded labs

The next step in the ETL process is transformation. You'll spend this next module adjusting your data so that it's in a more useful state.

What's included

9 videos7 readings1 quiz1 discussion prompt4 ungraded labs

The last step in the ETL process is loading. In this module, you'll take the data you transformed and put it into a destination format and location, where it will be ready for you to work on as the project progresses.

What's included

6 videos7 readings1 quiz1 discussion prompt3 ungraded labs

You'll work on a project in which you'll apply your knowledge of the material in this course to a practical scenario.

What's included

1 peer review1 ungraded lab

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Stacey McBrine
CertNexus
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