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Do you want to become a data visualization and business intelligence (BI) whiz? Perhaps you are unsure which visualization to choose, or how to extract insights from your data. Whatever the reason – this course on Mastering Tableau from Scratch will get you there!
Tableau is the gold standard when it comes to building industry-level dashboards and performing elite-level storyboarding. In fact, Tableau has changed the way industries analyze and present data. No longer do we have to stick to static spreadsheet charts – we can now build interactive and beautiful visualizations and dashboards and share them within your organization in seconds!
Course curriculum for Tableau
- Overview of the Course
- What is Data Visualization and Why Should we Use it
- Exercise – Definition of Data Visualization
- Key Elements of Effective Data Visualizations
- Exercise – Identify and Explain your Favorite Visualization
Knowing Each Other
- Instructor Introduction
- Why Tableau is a Powerful Tool for Professionals
- What We Will Cover in this Course
- Compare Tableau Against Power BI and Qlik
- The Tableau Range of Products
- The 5 Tableau Products you should Know
- Installing Tableau Desktop on your System
- Installing Tableau Public on your System
- Difference Between Tableau Server and Tableau Online
- Navigating the Tableau Interface (Part 1)
- Navigating the Tableau Interface (Part 2)
- Connecting to Data Sources in Tableau
- Understanding the Problem Statement
- Exercise – Hypothesis Generation
- Download the Superstore Dataset
- Loading the Dataset and Getting Familiar with the Variables
- Build your First Visualization in Tableau!
- Exercise – Modify your Visualization for Superstore
- Hands-On with Labels and Formatting
- Playing Around with Colors
- Using Filters to Build a Pivot Structure in Tableau
- Exercise – Design State and Segment Wise Pivot
- Exporting your Tableau Worksheet
- The Different Chart Types in Tableau
- Line Charts – Working with Time Series Data
- Building Line Charts in Tableau
- Exercise – Sales of Each Category Month-by-Month
- Generating Map Visualizations for Geospatial Analysis
- Map Visualizations in Tableau
- Exercise – Sales by City Analysis
- Bar Charts, Histograms, Scatter Plots, Bubble Charts, Pie Charts
- Dual Axis Charts in Tableau
- Date Dual Axis Charts in Tableau
- Exercise – Different Chart Types for the Leadership Team
- What are Calculated Fields?
- Feature Engineering in Tableau – Average Shipping Time
- Exercise – Number of Orders per State
- Calculating the Average Order Value
- Average Order Value for Product Sub-Categories
- Exercise – Create new Features for Superstore
- What are Parameters in Tableau?
- Using Parameters to find Top N Customers
- Using Parameters to Analyze Superstore’s Variable Values
- Exercise – Sales and Profit Parameters
- Joins and their Different Types in Tableau
- Performing Data Joining in Tableau
- What is Blending? How is it Different from Joins?
- Download the Coffee Chain Dataset
- Blending Data in Tableau
- Introduction to Dashboards and their Use Cases
- Reading Material – Dashboards in Tableau
- Designing your First Dashboard in Tableau
- Using Parameters to Create Dynamic Dashboards
- Exercise – Design a Region-Level Dashboard
- How to Upload your Work to the Tableau Public Gallery
- Designing the Blueprint for a Multi-Dashboard View to Analyze Sales
- Building Multiple Interlinked Dashboards in Tableau for our Business
- The Art of Storytelling
- 3-Step Storytelling Framework
- Sketching the Story Blueprint
- Profits by Region Analysis using Storyboard in Tableau
- Exercise – Sales and Profit by Segment using Storyboards in Tableau
- Where to go from here?
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Data Connection with Tableau Desktop
Basic Visual Analytics
Calculations in Tableau
Advanced Visual Analytics
Level Of Detail (LOD) Expressions in Tableau
Advanced Charts in Tableau
Dashboards and Stories
Get Industry Ready
No. Other than an attitude to learn, the participants require no other pre-requisites
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person with zero programming knowledge can understand and gain very good knowledge of Tableau.
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