Larningtableau.com – Quizzes on different functionalities of Tableau (Link)
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This tutorial is designed for all those readers who want to create, read, write, and modify Business Intelligence Reports using Tableau. In addition, it will also be quite useful for those readers who would like to become a Data Analyst or Data Scientist.
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2 days course
Module 1 – Introduction to Tableau
Module 2 – Data Visualisation
Module 3 – Table Calculations
Module 4 – Blending & Joining
Module 5 – Creating Effective Dashboards
Module 6 – Performance & Troubleshooting
Module 7 – Using Tableau at PFA
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Pricelevel $79 per. course
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Below you can find information on the different cources
Fundamentals of Visualization with Tableau (Level Beginner)
In this first course of the specialization, you will discover just what data visualization is, and how we can use it to better see and understand data. Using Tableau, we’ll examine the fundamental concepts of data visualization and explore the Tableau interface, identifying and applying the various tools Tableau has to offer. By the end of the course you will be able to prepare and import data into Tableau and explain the relationship between data analytics and data visualization. This course is designed for the learner who has never used Tableau before, or who may need a refresher or want to explore Tableau in more depth. No prior technical or analytical background is required. The course will guide you through the steps necessary to create your first visualization story from the beginning based on data context, setting the stage for you to advance to the next course in the Specialization.
Essential Design Principles for Tableau
In this course, you will analyze and apply essential design principles to your Tableau visualizations. This course assumes you understand the tools within Tableau and have some knowledge of the fundamental concepts of data visualization. You will define and examine the similarities and differences of exploratory and explanatory analysis as well as begin to ask the right questions about what’s needed in a visualization. You will assess how data and design work together, including how to choose the appropriate visual representation for your data, and the difference between effective and ineffective visuals. You will apply effective best practice design principles to your data visualizations and be able to illustrate examples of strategic use of contrast to highlight important elements. You will evaluate pre-attentive attributes and why they are important in visualizations. You will exam the importance of using the “right” amount of color and in the right place and be able to apply design principles to de-clutter your data visualization.
Visual Analytics with Tableau
In this third course of the specialization, we’ll drill deeper into the tools Tableau offers in the areas of charting, dates, table calculations and mapping. We’ll explore the best choices for charts, based on the type of data you are using. We’ll look at specific types of charts including scatter plots, Gantt charts, histograms, bullet charts and several others, and we’ll address charting guidelines. We’ll define discrete and continuous dates, and examine when to use each one to explain your data. You’ll learn how to create custom and quick table calculations and how to create parameters. We’ll also introduce mapping and explore how Tableau can use different types of geographic data, how to connect to multiple data sources and how to create custom maps.
Creating Dashboards and Storytelling with Tableau
Building on the previous course, Explaining your Data, you will apply data visualization best practices to create dashboards that tell the story of your data. You will learn and apply more advanced functions within Tableau, such as hierarchies, actions and parameters to guide user interactions. Learn to construct and organize your story for maximum impact. Learners will create a compelling narrative to be delivered in a meeting, as a static report, or in an interactive display online.
Data Visualization with Tableau Project
Put the skills and techniques you’ve learned throughout the program to use through a hands-on case study of a midsized company trying to run its supply chain more efficiently by balancing supply and demand. The fictitious company lacks reasonable analytics or BI capabilities and is mainly run through manual calculations by the human workforce. Learners will leverage the sample data provided to balance the company’s supply and demand through use of visualizations, dashboards and data models. Learners will also create a presentation that will be shared with executives.
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