Tableau is data visualization software (aka Business Intelligence, Analytics). It enables fast creation of static or interactive InfoGraphics, including charts and maps. It is designed for large businesses, with pricing per user per month.
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For Videos from Tableau, you may be asked to fill out a form. Creating an account to sign in does require verifying your email address, but completing the form does not.
Migrating your data from Excel ( ~6 min) - LinkedIn Learning
Tour the Tableau Interface ( ~5 min) - Tableau
Visual Encodings: An (extremely short) introduction (~4 min) - Gonzalo Gabriel Mendeez Cobena
Getting Started with Visual Analytics/Build a Visualization (~6 min) - Tableau
Using colors to highlight data (~5.5 min) - LinkedIn Learning
Dimensions vs Measures, Discrete vs. Continuous (~6 min) Sprightpath
Measure Names and Measure Values (~5 min) - Sprightpath
Filtering (~2.5 min) - Tableau
Grouping (~4 min) - Tableau
Creating a Basic Calculated Field in Tableau - (~3 min) - Tableau in Two Minutes/Penguin Analytics
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Build a Dashboard (~6 min) - Tableau
Create a packaged workbook (~2 min) - LinkedIn Learning
Exporting visualization to PowerPoint (~3 min) - LinkedIn Learning
Look for material written by a Tableau Zen Master, who have been selected based off knowledge and teaching. See Especially those by the Hall of Fame Zen Masters. For example:
The best way to learn Tableau is to utilize or re-create what other people have done. You can often download the workbooks for visualizations you see. Don't forget that some worksheets might be hidden. These sites have downloadable workbooks (look in the bottom right for the download icon (square with down arrow) and choose "Tableau Workbook". Note that .twbx files include the workbook (.twb) plus the data.
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