Working with Non-Relational Data
In this course, students will learn how to work with file-based data such as JSON and XML.
- Suggested completion of Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Excel Expert and Introduction to Data Science courses
- Understanding of Microsoft Excel analytic tools, such as tables, pivot tables, and pivot charts
- Experience working with data from databases and from text files
- Understand the difference between relational and non-relational data systems and document-based data objects.
- Read and create non-relational data objects such as JSON and XML files.
- Consume non-relational data objects in software programs and use them effectively.
- Explore JSON syntax and structure.
- Find out how to parse and generate JSON files.
- See how to use JSON files to load and store application data.
- Understand the origins of XML.
- Explore XML syntax and structure.
- Learn how to navigate XML elements by understanding their relationships.
- Understand XML namespaces and why they are useful.
- See how XML can be used to load and store application data in files.
Introduction to Non-Relational Data. Learn about Relational and Non-Relational Data as well as characteristics of JSON and XML.
Introduction to JSON with C#. Learn about parsing and generating JSON files.
Working with XML. Learn about the syntax and structure of XML documents.
Knowledge Development- Students will apply Non-Relational data skills through project/problem based learning.