As you complete watching the video lectures, please share your responses to the following questions-
Which functions have you tried out with expressions? (We saw examples of TimeEq, TagTot, and TagValue in the video lectures.)
What analysis type (expression, rollup, event frames generation analysis) do you think your organization can benefit from the most and why?
Some students have reached out to us with questions about the exercises and the final project and how we will evaluate them. To assist you with this, here's what we recommend:
The exercises are self-directed and are designed to help you reinforce the concepts you learned in the videos.
If any student has any questions on the topics or on the exercises, we ask them to post them in the Community Forum which we are monitoring. We also ask that you respond to the discussion topics on there.
We do not require students to submit the completed exercises during the course; however, if a student would like to share a completed exercise with us, they can email us directly.
For the final project, the student will need to submit a write-up explaining the project in addition to screenshots of the analyses setup. The final project is evaluated based on if the analyses are setup correctly to perform their intended use and will be a meaningful contribution to the student’s organization.
Hope that helps, and if students have any other questions, please let us know.
Enjoy the class!
I really hope you have enjoyed the class so far! As we wrap up the final week, I want to remind everyone that the final projects are due this Thursday, November 6th. If you have an idea for your final project that you would like to discuss before you submit it or any questions, you can either post here or email me directly (email@example.com).
I am looking forward to seeing your projects.