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Online Training Troubleshooting Tableau
Tableau is the one of the fastest growing and industry- leading Business Intelligence platforms that and empowers business users to easily visualize their data and discover insights faster.With this course, you will get practical solutions to the common faced challenges with Tableau. Each section of this course will tackle problems faced in specific areas of data visualization and analysis with Tableau. You will start by learning ways to add data by connecting to various types of data sources and resolve issues in Tableau Desktop. Then you’ll prepare and wrangle your data to make it consistent and easy to work with. Next you will organize data, use filters to investigate your visualizations, and share the data. You will then aggregate data, and explore functions and LOD expressions to create a calculated field. Lastly you will troubleshoot an interactive dashboard and optimize it to tell a story.About the AuthorArash Shadkam is a Data Storyteller, Tableau- Featured Author (2018) and graduate researcher at the University of British Columbia in the Civil Engineering department, focusing on building health monitoring dashboards for mechanical equipment in buildings. He is a big fan of data and loves helping people unlock the value in their data and tell a story with it.He has implemented a number of end-to-end visualization projects ( acquisition-cleansing-analysis-visualization) for different clients, including the public sector and start- ups, that have enabled them to make well-informed decisions.
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