I presume leaving the 'd' off the end of 'Advanced' was a typo.
In my opinion there is no such thing as 'Advanced Data Modeling', there is just Data Modelling. The 'Advanced' suffice is sometimes used by people in book titles, training courses, CV's and such like, to imply that their offering is superior to that of others.
Best Regards, Bill
p.s. Does posting the identical question multiple times elicit better quality replies ?
In principle Bill Markham is right - it is all just "Data Modelling".
However - there are cases where you as a QlikView developer need to create a data model that has tables that are lacking in the source data. And this is in a sense more "advanced" than other solutions. I have described some examples of this in my blog posts, e.g.: