Tableau has emerged as a leader in data visualization. Tableau users have the ability to use data analytics to turn massive amounts of data into visualizations that can be seen and understood. Tableau’s Data Engine has the ability to translate actions into ad hoc queries and graphically express the responses very quickly. In this course students learn to connect to a variety of data sources, include multiple data sources using joins and blends, and customize and save the data source. Other topics include intermediate visualizations, building formulas and filters, analysis, and dashboards and storyboards.
- Intermediate Visualization Skills
- Data Roles and Options
- Map Format Options
- Dates and Times
- Dynamic Filtering
- Visual Grouping
- Sets and Groups
- Table Calculation
- Context filter
- Table calculations
- Quick Table Calculations
- Secondary Table Calculations
- Gantt chart
- Bins and Histograms
- Bar charts, line charts, individual axis, blended axis, dual axis.
- Scatter plot, pie chart and bar chart.
- Maps-filled maps, maps pie chart, heat map, tree map and page shell
- Aggregating data
- Aggregating and disaggregating data
- Reference line and trend lines.
- Drop lines, summary card
- Annotation, mark labels, formatting.
- DashBoards and Storyboards
Completion of Tableau I: Data, Vizes and Dashboards or equivalent experience is required.