Learn data visualization through Tableau and create opportunities for you or key decision makers to discover data patterns such as customer purchase behavior, sales trends, or production bottlenecks.
You'll learn all of the features in Tableau that allow you to explore, experiment with, fix, prepare, and present data easily, quickly, and beautifully.
Use Tableau to Analyze and Visualize Data So You Can Respond Accordingly
- Connect Tableau to a Variety of Datasets
- Analyze, Blend, Join, and Calculate Data
- Visualize Data in the Form of Various Charts, Plots, and Maps
- Convert Raw Data Into Compelling Data Visualizations Using Tableau
Because every module of this course is independent, you can start in whatever section you wish, and you can do as much or as little as you like.
Each section provides a new data set and exercises that will challenge you so you can learn by immediately applying what you're learning.
Content is updated as new versions of Tableau are released. You can always return to the course to further hone your skills, while you stay ahead of the competition.
Contents and Overview
This course begins with Tableau basics. You will navigate the software, connect it to a data file, and export a worksheet, so even beginners will feel completely at ease.
To be able to find trends in your data and make accurate forecasts, you'll learn how to work with data extracts and timeseries.
Also, to make data easier to digest, you'll tackle how to use aggregations to summarize information. You will also use granularity to ensure accurate calculations.
In order to begin visualizing data, you'll cover how to create various charts, maps, scatterplots, and interactive dashboards for each of your projects.
You'll even learn when it's best to join or blend data in order to work with and present information from multiple sources.
Finally, you'll cover the latest and most advanced features of data preparation in Tableau 10, where you will create table calculations, treemap charts, and storylines.
By the time you complete this course, you'll be a highly proficient Tableau user. You will be using your skills as a data scientist to extract knowledge from data so you can analyze and visualize complex questions with ease.
You'll be fully prepared to collect, examine, and present data for any purpose, whether you're working with scientific data or you want to make forecasts about buying trends to increase profits.
- This course has been developed considering the complete beginner and so no prior knowledge is expected. A Basic knowledge of computer is sufficient
- Understand visualization
- Different Visualization Tools and Why Tableau is leading tool
- Different products of Tableau
- Job Market of Tableau
- Visualization Life cycle
- Install Tableau Desktop
- Connect Tableau to various Datasets: Excel, CSV, Microsoft SQL Server and more
- Create different plots- Barcharts, Area Charts, Map chart, Scatterplots, Piecharts, Treemaps, Pie Chart, Heatmap, Tables, Highlighted Table, Point chart and more
- Also Create advanced chart like sunburst chart, waterfall model etc
- Create Interactive Dashboards
- Create Storylines
- Understand Types of Joins and how they work
- Work with Data Blending in Tableau
- Create Table Calculations
- Work with Parameters
- Create Dual Axis Charts
- Create Calculated Fields
- Create Calculated Fields in a Blend
- Export Results from Tableau into PowerPoint, Word, and other software
- Work with Timeseries Data (two methods)
- Creating Data Extracts in Tableau
- Understand Aggregation, Granularity, and Level of Detail
- Adding Filters and Quick Filters
- Create Data Hierarchies
- Adding Actions to Dashboards (filters & highlighting)
- Assigning Geographical Roles to Data Elements
- Advanced Data Preparation
- Resume preparation
- Interview questions
- How to crack interviews
Very interactive course and did learn some tableau steps but feel there could have been course materials attached to each lesson with step by step guides as well as captions/transcript notes of course instructor's video teachings to avoid missed conversations.