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Tutorial - Beginning with the Basics

Welcome to this tutorial, which will introduce you to Qlik Sense. Qlik Sense is a software product that is used to extract and present data in an intuitive and easy-to-use interface. You extract data by making selections. When you make a selection, Qlik Sense immediately filters the data and presents all associated items.

What you will learn

When you have completed the tutorial, you should have a fair understanding of the basics of Qlik Sense and be able to use Qlik Sense in your daily work.

Who should take this course

In this tutorial, you will learn how to work with Qlik Sense as a business user, rather than as a developer. No previous Qlik Sense experience or database knowledge is required. You will be guided through an existing app, focusing on how Qlik Sense works and how to use Qlik Sense

What you need to do before you start

Before you can start working with Qlik Sense, you need access to Qlik Sense Enterprise on Kubernetes..

You start Qlik Sense by entering a web address in your browser, such as https://<server name>/hub. If you are not using Windows, a login window will open in your browser. Enter your User name in the format DOMAIN\user if your organization is using QlikId to log in. The exact address and credentials that you enter depend on how your organization has deployed Qlik Sense.

You should also be allowed to load data in Qlik Sense Enterprise on Kubernetes. You need these app file to complete the tutorial.

Download this package and unzip it on your desktop:

Beginning with the Basics tutorial

The package contains a copy of the Beginning With the Basics Tutorial app. You can upload the app to your hub in Qlik Sense Enterprise on Kubernetes.

Lessons in this tutorial

The topics in this tutorial are designed to be completed in sequence. However, you can step away and return at any time. The screenshots are taken in Qlik Sense Enterprise on Kubernetes. Some differences may occur if you are using Qlik Sense Enterprise on a different deployment.

Further reading and resources

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