September 27-29 2021


Technical Training


Instructor-Led Online Training





IBM i2 Analyst’s Notebook is a visual analysis tool that helps you turn data into intelligence. The solution provides innovative features such as connected network visualizations, social network analysis, and geospatial or temporal views to help you uncover hidden connections and patterns in data. This insight can help you better identify and disrupt criminal, cyber and fraudulent threats.

This 3-day instructor-led online advanced training builds upon the functions and concepts learned in Analyst’s Notebook Training Level 1. The emphasis is placed on analysis and customization rather than manual mapping, which means that the focus is on new semantics features and learning analysis tools, as well as how they can be used to examine the purpose of a chart and to find commonalities within and between charts.

To ensure that the student understands how to maximize the benefits of IBM i2 Analyst's Notebook, this course uses real-world scenarios based on events and data relative to today's investigations. It offers a certain level of customization since participants are invited to pose their questions and propose work scenarios to the instructor before the start of the training.

The IBM i2 Analyst’s Notebook Training Level 2 includes the following learning objectives

  • Learn to create and customize icons, attributes, templates, palettes and chart properties that complement investigations.
  • Develop import and analysis skills while learning techniques for manipulating charts created with mass data.
  • Understand the attributes and analysis attributes as well as how they can be used for analysis.
  • Identify strategies for creating customized templates for an analyst, a team and an organization.
  • Stimulate consistency in charts across teams and organizations.

Training Content

  1. Revision of data imports.
  2. Usage of Analyst's Notebook advanced analytics tools and semantic features.
  3. Usage of attributes as part of an analysis.
  4. Center of interest of a graph and search for common points inside it or between several graphs.
  5. Introduction to models available with Analyst's Notebook.
  6. Creation of models for investigation.
  7. Introduction to the Local Data Repository.
  8. Creation, exploration and analysis of items in the data repository.
  9. Techniques for manipulating graphs created with mass data.
  10. Customization and creation of icons, attributes, palettes and graph properties to enrich investigations.


  • Using Analyst's Notebook frequently and understand its basic functions and concepts.
  • Have successfully completed the Analyst's Notebook Training Level 1.


  • This training is intended for criminal intelligence or fraud analysts and anyone else who is already familiar with IBM i2 Analyst's Notebook.