30 in stock
|Duration: 60 Days|
|Video: 1 Video Lesson|
|Certificate of Completion|
Tableau is 10-100x faster than existing solutions. It’s designed to support how people think. Drag and drop on the canvas. Leverage your natural ability to spot visual patterns quickly. Experience an analytics solution built for speed and ease of use.
Whether it’s in a spreadsheet, a SQL database, Hadoop, or the cloud, you can connect to any data, anywhere. Access big data with a click. Combine disparate data sources without writing code. Discover what all your data has to say.
How many opportunities are hiding in your data? Tableau Desktop is a product that everyone can use to ask new questions, spot trends, identify opportunities, and make data-guided decisions with confidence.
Speed : The greatest strength of Tableau is its speed with which it analyzes hundreds of millions of rows and gives the required answers in seconds. This quality comes in very handy when fast business decisions need to be taken.
Ease of use: Another strength of Tableau is that it is very easy to use. It’s just basic drag and drop. One can start using Tableau even with no prior programming experience. With just basic MS Excel skills one can easily learn Tableau.
Beautiful and interactive dashboard : The Dashboard of Tableau is very interactive and gives dynamic results. Rich visualizations can be created very easily. The graphics and charts are smart and beautiful. Images, web pages and documents can be added into the dashboard for easy story telling. All this leads to a much insight into the data.
Direct connection : Tableau allows the users to directly connect to databases, cubes, and data warehouses etc. The data access is so easy without any advanced setup and the data is live that keeps getting updated on its own. One can pick tables from spreadsheets to data from Hadoop to create a perfect mash-up and get desired results in no time. This is simple ad hoc business analytics.
Easy publishing and sharing: After analyzing the data, the results can be shared live with just a few clicks. The dashboard can be published to share it live on web and mobile devices.
Growing market: Tableau is relatively new in the Business Intelligence market but its market share is growing on a daily basis. It is being nearly all industries, from transportation to healthcare. It has big client 6 base, which consists of big companies like Microsoft, Nokia, PwC and Deloitte. They use Tableau on a daily basis to meet their business Intelligence requirements.
Not comprehensive solution, specialize in BI : Tableau Software is an easy to use BI application, but still not a platform for developing analytic applications that can be broadly shared. It is not designed for enterprise wide deployments that have broad business and technical user populations.
No predictive analytical capabilities: Tableau Software allows users to only analyze what has happened. And, Tableau Software does not have any statistical or predictive capabilities (they do not support SAS, S+, R, ect. like Spotfire does). Therefore users cannot model or project the best cross-selling or upselling opportunities. In fact Tableau Software is statistically “challenged” and is extremely limited; providing users with less statistic functions than Microsoft Excel.
Customization and Integration with other apps: Due to its not open-source based nature and market commodity, Tableau Software cannot be customized or integrated with other applications (such as Salesforce.com®). Basically what comes in the box is what you get. No way to extend it. However, their official website has Forum section, users could vote for their ideas, whenever reaching the threshold, the company would response and probably add such features in the following version and update for purchased packages.
Expandability for analytics : Tableau Software does not support expanded analytics such as Box plots, network graphs, treemaps, heat-maps, 3D-scatter plots, Profile Charts or data relationships tool which allow users to mine data for relationships like another data visualization software does.
Social media integration : Tableau Software does not integrate collaborative capabilities into social platforms (like Twitter, Microsoft SharePoint, etc.). A very hot trend. It is for Business users to share their findings and progress. Think of it like – email meets Twitter meets Facebook. Due the current trend and users’ need, Tableau has integrated Google Analytics into its platform.
Robust enterprise-class security : Tableau Software is not organizationally equipped to serve enterprise customers. Tableau Software lacks robust enterprise-class security (only supports Microsoft Active Directory). Therefore post-sale customer support and training are quite limited.
There are many reasons why one should use tableau they are It is very easy to use: You don’t need to know programming of any sort, all you need is some data and tableau to create reports that are visually enchanting and which tells a story which you need to tell ur managers or impress your professor in class. With its revolutionary drag and drop feature u can easily create stories or reports using just your mouse and a little imagination. All this is possible due to the revolutionary VizQL a visual query language
VizQL is a visual query language that translates drag-and-drop actions into data queries and then expresses that data visually. VizQL delivers dramatic gains in people’s ability to see and understand data by abstracting the underlying complexities of query and analysis. The result is an intuitive user experience that lets people answer questions as fast as they can think of them. We believe that VizQL represents a foundational advancement in the area of data analysis and visualization.
Advanced In-Memory Technology- The Data Engine
Most of the data analytic software have a lot of fancy features but almost all of them fail when it comes to operating with large amounts of data, this is where the advanced in memory technology of tableau is a savior to all of those who need to get reports from ever increasing data.
- What is Business Intelligence
- Tableau Role in BI
- Why Tableau ?
- Compare with Other Tools
- Tableau Desktop
- Tableau Server
- Tableau Online
- Tableau Public
- Tableau Reader
- What is Tableau? What does the Tableau product suite comprise of? How Does Tableau Work?
- Tableau Architecture
- What is My Tableau Repository?
- Connecting to Data and introduction to data source concepts
- Difference between Live connection & Extract
- Dimensions and Measures
- Data Types and properties
- Marks Card
- Using Show Me!
- Building Basic Views
- Saving and Sharing your work-overview in Tableau Public
- Dimensions & Measures
- Views / Sheets
- Building Dashboards
- Data Connection and Edit Connection
- Data Source Filtering
- Extracts and Extract Filtering
- Page Self
- Calculated Fields
- Customized Calculating Fields
- File Formats
- Publishing into Tableau Server
- Tableau Reader
- What is Data Visualization
- Types of Representations in Show Me
- Total & Subtotal
- Labels and Annotations
- Sharing Workbooks
- Publish to Reader
- Publish to Office
- Publish to PDF
- Working with Time Series Data
- Tableau mapping
- Basic Dash boarding
- Data Blending and Advantages
- Start and Stop ?
- Monitoring regular Refresh of Reports
- Sites, Projects
- Groups and User Management
- Performance Monitoring
- Support and Maintenance
- Cross tab
- Bar Charts
- Line Graphs
- Pie charts
- Heat Map
- Scatter Plots
- Tree Map
- Bubble Graph
- Blended Axis
- Dual Axis
- Edit axis
- Totals & Subtotals
- Replacing data source
- Edit Alias of fields
- Quick Filter
- Context filters
- Top/Bottom N
- Ref lines
- Trend lines
- Discrete vs Continuous
- Replace data source
- How to call image in worksheet
- Working with aggregate versus disaggregate data
- Explain – #Number of Rows
- Basic Functions (String, Date, Numbers etc.)
- Usage of Logical conditions
- Explain scope and direction
- % total, running calculations etc.
- Combining multiple visualizations into a dashboard (overview)
- Tiled Making your worksheet interactive by using actions.
- Histogram Chart:Histograms are one way to display the distribution of values in a field. We can create a histogram by binning the values of a measure and then creating a view based on the measure and its binned values.
2. Water Fall Chart:These charts are mainly used to identify how each and every value is contributing the total value. It is the great way to compare sequential value contribution on the total cumulative. These can be used to find Inventory and performance analysis.
3. Bump Chart: These are used to compare one dimension based on the other dimension. Bump charts are usually reports the boat race, each boat tries to move front and bump the other boats.
4. Funnel Chart: The text mark type is useful when you want to display the numbers associated with one or more dimension members. This type of view is often called a text table, a cross-tab, or a Pivot Table
5. Advanced Geo Mapping: Plotting Maps based on detailed Latitude, Longitudes, Plot Order, Polygon Maps.
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30 in stock
|Duration: 60 Days|
|Video: 1 Video Lesson|
|Certificate of Completion|