In this course, we’ll begin by covering the basics of MongoDB and the key differences between NoSQL and SQL to help you build an intuitive understanding of foundational concepts for the course. This will be followed by engaging practical exercises to help you understand how to use database operations in the Mongo Shell.
You’ll then move on to designing your own database to store data for a blogging website, exploring how different data structures can be best–suited to solve different problems depending on the use case.
Finally, we’ll move on to data analysis. You’ll use filtering, projection, sorting, and querying complex data structures to extract actionable insights from real world datasets. You’ll build these skills through a blogging website case study and then apply them on an E–Commerce data analysis challenge.
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Specification: Introduction to MongoDB for Data Analytics
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