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How to make an interactive resume in Tableau

2019-05-21 09:00 This webinar is a part of our Generation Data Webinar Series . Original link Original author: Tableau Software

How to make an interactive resume in Tableau

2019-05-21 09:00 This webinar is a part of our Generation Data Webinar Series . Original link Original author: Tableau Software

Oklahoma City Tableau User Group

2019-05-21 11:30 3501 Southwest 15th Street Oklahoma City, OK 73108 United States Original link Original author: Tableau Software

Tableau Customer Executive Breakfast - Utrecht

Skip to main content Join Tableau and other customers for an exclusive breakfast event. To achieve our mission, Tableau relies on the guiding principle to always listen to our customers and innovate to meet the diverse needs of data people everywhere. During the event we will discuss the following theme - How to nurture a growing and alive Tableau Community? Together with a small group of other Tableau customers, we will share knowledge and have discussions. Alberto Herrera from the Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken will talk about the journey they are going through to strengthen the Tableau foundation and shape the community within their organization. Agenda: 8:00 – 9:00am – Networking Breakfast 9:00 – 9:30am – Welcome & Introduction by Diederick Beels 9:30 – 10:30am – Tableau Community, Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken, Alberto Herrera10:30 – 11:00 am – Q&A and Discussion Original link Original author: Tableau Software

Tableau Test Drive - Singapore

Skip to main content Tableau is all about making data analytics fast, easy, beautiful and most importantly, useful. Join us for our Tableau Test Drive session and we'll show you how to connect to your data and visualize your queries without writing a single line of code. You'll learn how to create a dashboard from scratch and see how you can quickly analyze, visualize and share information and publish your results. Whether you measure your data in petabytes or in billions of rows, Tableau is built to work as fast as you do. It's self-service analytics, for everyone. Bring along your laptop with a copy of Tableau Desktop or the 14-day trial version installed, and we'll take it for a drive. Please note the operating system requirements during installation: Windows Microsoft Windows 7 or newer (64-bit)Microsoft Server 2008 R2 or newer2 GB memory1.5 GB minimum free disk space Mac iMac/MacBook computers...

Desktop I: Fundamentals

2019-05-21 09:00 Original link Original author: Tableau Software

Desktop I: Fundamentals

2019-05-21 08:30 Original link Original author: Tableau Software

Learn how to prepare your own data with Prep Builder and the Preppin’ Data project

Self-service data prep is an extension of the same paradigm asself-service analytics: allowing people to answer their ownquestions with data that was previously inaccessible. Addingadditional data sources helps answer further questions and allowsthe data worker to provide more context to the consumers of theiranalyses. You can greatly reduce your analysis time when you canproduce the datasets yourself. You can also more easily validatedata sets to be sure that you are accurately reflecting reality.Everyone wins! This is a lesson we’ve learned with the launch of Tableau Prep Builder and now with our Preppin’ Data project —a weekly project designed to get people hands-on with datapreparation. Each week a set of data is released along with aseries of requirements and end-goal of how the data needs to beprepared. During the week, participants share and discuss theirways of tackling the problem and the following week, a possiblesolution is released. These projects explore various facets...

Tableau Test Drive - Helsinki

Skip to main content Tableau is all about making data analytics fast, easy, beautiful and most importantly, useful. Join Tableau partner, SOLUTIVE, for a Tableau Test Drive session and we'll show you how to connect to your data and visualize your queries without writing a single line of code. You'll learn how to create a dashboard from scratch and see how you can quickly analyze, visualize and share information and publish your results. Whether you measure your data in petabytes or in billions of rows, Tableau is built to work as fast as you do. It's self-service analytics, for everyone. Bring along your laptop with a copy of Tableau Desktop or the 14-day trial version installed, and we'll take it for a drive. Agenda 08:45 – 09:00 Registration 09:00 – 09:15 Welcome 09:15 – 11:00 Tableau Test Drive 11:00 – 11:15 Close Please note: Priority is given to end-users.Solutive reserves the...

Cincinnati Tableau User Group

2019-05-16 18:00 773 East McMillan Street Cincinnati, OH 45206 United States Original link Original author: Tableau Software

Pathum Wan Tableau User Group

2019-05-17 18:00 44th Floor, Central World, 999/9 Rama 1 Road Pathum WanBangkok 10330 Thailand Original link Original author: Tableau Software

Tableau Test Drive - Singapore

Skip to main content Tableau is all about making data analytics fast, easy, beautiful and most importantly, useful. Join us for our Tableau Test Drive session and we'll show you how to connect to your data and visualize your queries without writing a single line of code. You'll learn how to create a dashboard from scratch and see how you can quickly analyze, visualize and share information and publish your results. Whether you measure your data in petabytes or in billions of rows, Tableau is built to work as fast as you do. It's self-service analytics, for everyone. Bring along your laptop with a copy of Tableau Desktop or the 14-day trial version installed, and we'll take it for a drive. Please note the operating system requirements during installation: Windows Microsoft Windows 7 or newer (64-bit)Microsoft Server 2008 R2 or newer2 GB memory1.5 GB minimum free disk space Mac iMac/MacBook computers...

Tableau Test Drive - Singapore

Skip to main content Tableau is all about making data analytics fast, easy, beautiful and most importantly, useful. Join us for our Tableau Test Drive session and we'll show you how to connect to your data and visualize your queries without writing a single line of code. You'll learn how to create a dashboard from scratch and see how you can quickly analyze, visualize and share information and publish your results. Whether you measure your data in petabytes or in billions of rows, Tableau is built to work as fast as you do. It's self-service analytics, for everyone. Bring along your laptop with a copy of Tableau Desktop or the 14-day trial version installed, and we'll take it for a drive. Please note the operating system requirements during installation: Windows Microsoft Windows 7 or newer (64-bit)Microsoft Server 2008 R2 or newer2 GB memory1.5 GB minimum free disk space Mac iMac/MacBook computers...

Getting Started

Who might be interested: If you're new to Tableau or need a refresher on Tableau basics, this session is for you. What you will learn: In this interactive, introduction to Tableau, you'll learn how to visually analyze data with Tableau. We'll cover: Connecting to data Creating your first viz Building a dashboard Sharing your work with Tableau Server or Online Original link Original author: Tableau Software

How We Do Sales Analytics

Learn how Tableau's entire sales organisation use Tableau to understand all of our data. Here at Tableau, we rely on analytics to empower every salesperson to better understand their accounts, identify promising prospects, forecast accurately and ultimately close more deals. Join this webinar with Tableau's UK Sales Manager, Toni Farrell, to discover how we put actionable sales data in the hands of our analysts, sellers and sales leaders. We’ll show you dashboards on quota attainment, territory creation, forecasting, account strategy, call-down lists and much more. You'll learn about: The value data brings to the entire sales organisationHow to solve common sales challenges with analyticsOur most popular and effective dashboards for sales teams Original link Original author: Tableau Software

Visual Analytics

2019-05-14 09:00 Original link Original author: Tableau Software

Desktop I & II: Accelerated

2019-05-14 09:00 Original link Original author: Tableau Software

Visual Analytics

2019-05-14 09:00 Original link Original author: Tableau Software

Critiquing data visualizations: A discussion on channeling empathy and productivity

This post comes from Alli Torban , DataVisualization Designer and host of the Data Viz Today Podcast. Aversion of this post was originally published on the Data VisualizationSociety Medium Page . Original illustrations in this article areby Martin Telefont. Critique is hard. Receiving it and giving it is full of risk andnuance, especially for the untrained. Because of the diversebackgrounds found among people creating data visualizations, thechances are high that you’ll work with someone who wasn’ttrained to give or receive critique. I’m in thenever-been-trained camp. I’m part of the Data VisualizationSociety —a community of data viz professionals—that has aSlack channel where we discuss interesting topics like this. Myears perked up when the bi-weekly discussion topic was “critique—how do we best give it and receive it?” When I first started creating visualizations, I’d panic at thethought of getting critiqued. It felt like anything was fair game,so I didn’t know what to expect....

Desktop I: Fundamentals

2019-05-13 08:00 Original link Original author: Tableau Software

Prep I

2019-05-13 08:00 Original link Original author: Tableau Software

Tableau Test Drive - Brisbane

2019-05-14 08:30 Cliftons Level 3 288 Edward St Brisbane QLD 4000 Australia https://www.google.com.au/maps/place/Cliftons+Brisbane/@-27.4673852,153.0233669,... Original link Original author: Tableau Software

SOX considerations for Tableau visualizations

Across many organizations, the adoption of data analyticsempowers users at every level to discover insights and improve theinformation they use for their day-to-day functions. For companiesdeploying Tableau, one of the immediate benefits is the ability forpeople to quickly develop—as well as access—insightfulreporting to answer business questions. Self-service analyticsprovides immense value operationally, but as more organizations useTableau to perform financial reporting, the use of Tableau needs tobe reviewed from the lens of Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) auditrequirements. As an audit professional, this shift from legacy reportingmethods to using powerful data analytics platforms creates a uniquechallenge. You're tasked with ensuring financial reportingdeveloped with Tableau adheres to your company's SOX controlenvironment and there are important considerations for yourorganization's use of Tableau. Read on for recommendations on howto successfully incorporate Tableau reporting into SOX scope,specifically around compliant source data for Tableauvisualizations, and how to begin the challenge of incorporatingTableau reporting into a formalized change management process. SOX...

Parameter actions (now in beta) extend Tableau interactivity: Here’s how and when to use them

Interactivity is at the core of Tableau visual analytics. Itmeans you can get to insights faster and design flexibleexperiences that your stakeholders can leverage to ask morequestions. In the past, interactivity in Tableau was focused on actionswith specific effects. With a Filter Action, you can filter asheet, while with a Highlight Action, you can highlight marks inthe view. But what if you wanted to filter a calculation, orinteractively encode a set of marks that match criteria describingyour selection? Set actions (released in the 2018.3 Tableau release) gave youthe power to visually design a multitude of effects. Parameter actions, available in Tableau 2019.2 ( now in beta ),extend this model and empower all Tableau users to visually changea parameter’s value. This opens up even more powerfulpossibilities to build meaningful visualizations and addinteractivity to your work. What are parameter actions? Parameters in Tableau are constant values. Constants are keycomponents in many analytics scenarios....

3 ways to learn from peers at Tableau Conference Europe

Can you believe Tableau Conference Europe(TCE) is almost here? We’re thrilled to have Tableau executives joining us onstage—including CEO Adam Selipsky, Chief Product Officer FrancoisAjenstat, and SVP of EMEA Sales James Eiloart—plus plenty ofpresentations from Tableau developers and product experts. But whatwe think you’ll really love is that Conference provides anopportunity for you to find your people—toconnect, share knowledge, and grow from one another’s experiencesout on the front lines. There’s unbelievable value in learning from the folks whoshare similar challenges, successes, and day-to-day experiences asyou. And we aim to offer plenty of chances to do just that. Hereare three ways you can learn from peers while at TCE19! 1. Hear about real-world data challenges and solutions incustomer breakout sessions Nothing is better than hearing from your peers about thetriumphs (and trials!) of their own analytics journeys. Year afteryear, customer breakout sessions are some of our most popularcontent, giving attendees new ideas...