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4-hour 20-min Online Course by David Haertzen
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Logical Data Modeling also known as Entity/Relationship (E-R) Modeling is a key method for getting a handle on the data requirements of an organization. Logical data models provide a database independent solution to data requirements which then can be driven forward to become effective database designs.

This online training course covers the concepts and notation of logical data modeling and shows the steps needed to create and extend logical data models. Many exercises and examples are included to enhance learning.

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In addition, the course goes beyond these fundamentals. The situation where a new data model must be created from scratch is one of many situations, so this course shows how to handle other situations such as: building from industry or canonical data models; extending legacy data models; and extending software package data models. In addition, data model patterns will be introduced such as: history and audit modeling, multi-business unit modeling, codes and reference data, and user defined attributes. Understanding these situations and patterns, is critical to success in data modeling.

You will learn:
  • HOW TO create, extend and apply logical data models
  • HOW TO use data modeling to meet business and performance requirements
  • HOW TO lead your team through the data modeling process
  • HOW TO avoid data modeling traps, problems, and time wasters
  • HOW TO make databases more robust through data modeling
  • HOW TO effectively communicate data models and database designs to others
This course is geared towards:
  • Anyone who will be using or creating data models.
  • Business Analysts and Architects
  • Database Administrators and Analysts
  • Data Administrators and Data Modelers
  • Information Technology Managers, Project Managers
  • Application Development Project Team Members

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Course Review March 31, 2017
Reviewer: Kimberly Wolff  
The real-world examples, with descriptions of how to implement this in my environment, were very valuable.

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Course Review March 29, 2017
Reviewer: Matt Chapman  
The Normal forms and the exercises were very valuable.

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Course Review March 4, 2015
Reviewer: Rajesh Kumar  
The exercises provided were good and aided learning and recall. The Kipling Questions and the SIPOC model are very useful. In the Kipling questions section, it would be helpful to give examples of entities that map to each of the questions.

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Course Review February 13, 2015
Reviewer: Muanda Serge Vika di Panzu  
I appreciate the level of details put into the course material.  The methodology and advices provided throughout the course content will add great value to my work.My only reservation is the somewhat 'broken' voice of the lecturer (if that is the right te

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Course Review January 6, 2015
Reviewer: Adam Yurick  
The material was good and informative but the delivery was very "dry".

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