Get yourself trained on Mastering Tableau 2018.1 with this Online Training Mastering Tableau 2018.1 – Second Edition.
Online Training Mastering Tableau 2018.1 – Second Edition
Tableau has brought the world of visual analytics within the reach of many nonplussed by Excel charts and graphs. But after acquiring the basic skills, there is a learning curve that gets in the way of using Tableau to its full potential.This course will give you the tools to use Tableau to its fullest and make optimal business decisions with rich analytics. If you want to be more feature-ready to use Tableau and perform effective data visualizations and analysis, then this course is for you. After taking this course, you will be confident enough to use advanced Tableau features and other tools. You will develop the skills to perform in-depth analyses for effective business decision making. Your skills will no longer be at an intermediate level; you will now be a master of data analysis using Tableau. You will be able to connect to data sources; summarize data; and create, manipulate, and share data visualizations including highlight tables, charts, scatter-plots, histograms, maps, dashboards, and more.By the end of this course, you will be able to build useful, thoughtful, and beautiful visualizations that will help you make databases and spreadsheets understandable to ordinary people.About the AuthorSiddharth Pawar has been a Data Visualization Consultant for over 4 years (3 commercially), creating dashboards, Web portals for data visualization repositories, and mobile dashboards. He is a Certified Tableau 10 Qualified Associate and has a lot of experience with Tableau Desktop, Tableau Server, SQL Server, Excel, and Big Data Hive. Teaching people and sharing knowledge are his real passions and he really enjoys providing information that is not accessible anywhere else.He has been working with the Tableau product family for more than four years, specifically designing and developing advanced analytics dashboards and stories for high-level, key parameter indices that directly answer complex business questions associated with multiple Fortune 500 companies. He has also worked on sophisticated analytical frameworks that add value in addressing requirements. In addition, he has been heavily involved in next-generation data visualization development using web technologies and Tableau Desktop/Server.
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