Tableau Desktop Fundamental

Tableau Desktop Fundamentals

This course includes a workbook containing key concepts on each topic covered and hands-on activities to reinforce the skills and knowledge attained. It also includes a flash drive containing Tableau workbooks and data sources to support the hands-on activities.

Objectives

  • Connect to your data.
  • Edit and save a data source.
  • Understand Tableau terminology.
  • Use the Tableau interface / paradigm to effectively create powerful visualizations.
  • Create basic calculations including string manipulation, basic arithmetic calculations, custom aggregations and ratios, date math, logic statements and quick table calculations.
  • Represent your data using the following visualization types:
    • Cross Tabs
    • Pie Charts and Bar Charts
    • Geographic Maps
    • Dual Axis and Combo Charts with different mark types
    • Heat Maps,Box Plots,Distribution Charts
    • Highlight Tables,Tree Maps,Scatter Plots
  • Use Reference Lines to highlight elements of your data.
  • Use groups, bins, hierarchies, sorts, sets, and filters to create focused and effective visualizations.
  • Use Measure Name and Measure Value fields to create visualizations with multiple measures and dimensions.
  • Handle changes in your data source such as field addition, deletion or name changes.
  • Share your visualizations with others.
  • Combine your visualizations into Interactive Dashboards and publish them to the web.

Intended Audience

This course is designed for the beginner to intermediate-level Tableau user. It is for anyone who works with data, regardless of technical or analytical background. You'll learn about and how to use the important concepts and techniques in Tableau to move from simple to complex visualizations and learn how to combine them in interactive dashboards. This course will be taught on Tableau Desktop version 9.2.

Prerequisites

None

Course Outline

  1. Introduction
  2. Connecting to data
  3. Simplifying and sorting your data
  4. Organizing your data
  5. Slicing your data by date
  6. Using multiple measures in a view
  7. Showing the relationship between numerical values
  8. Mapping data geographically
  9. Viewing specific values
  10. Customizing your data
  11. Analyzing data with quick table calculations
  12. Showing breakdowns of the whole
  13. Viewing distributions
  14. Highlighting data with reference lines
  15. Making your views available
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