Get yourself trained on Visualizing Sales Trends with this Online Training Visualizing Sales Trends with Tableau.
Online Training Visualizing Sales Trends with Tableau
Do you have large sets of sales data that you’d like to better understand?In this course we will work through a sample consulting engagement where our client needs to better understand their sales data so they can more effectively plan for the upcoming year. It has been my experience that learning Tableau is much easier when I have a specific problem to solve which is why I structured this course around a very specific use case. This course is perfect for both business owners looking to glean insights into their business and those looking to build Tableau acumen so they can land a Tableau job!Use Tableau to Analyze and Visualize Sales Data To Develop Actionable InsightsVisualizing current and historical sales data can result in huge insights that arentreadily apparent in the day to day grind. The right visualizations help quickly identify trends andoutliers (positive or negative), which help to adjust course for more profitable sales & marketingas well as a more efficient and informed supply chain.Convert Raw Data Into Compelling Data Visualizations Using Tableau PublicIn this course you will learn how to:Use Tableau to study sales dataLoad data into TableauUse dimensions of data to uncover insightsBuild a Dual Axis Line Graph in TableauBuild geomap that measures Sales by StateBuild a KPI ChartBring all your visualizations together to build a dashboardFormat Dashboards and Visualizations in TableauUpload a Tableau Project to Tableau PublicContents and OverviewThroughout this course we will work through a sample consulting engagement where the client wants us to conduct a data discovery on their sales data. They need help planning for the upcoming year both in their marketing department and also their supply chain. We will use their raw sales data to come up with insights for both teams.This project will focus our approach to Tableau forcing us to learn the basics while solving a real world business problem. My hope is that youll feel like youre learning a new problem solving tool not just a series of functions in a software interface. Each subject that I cover builds on the previous section and accomplishes a specific task in accomplishing our goal of analyzing our clients sales data.IntroductionData Source and Use CaseBringing it into Focus with DimensionsWhat is a Dimension?Using Dimension to uncover trendsUncovering SeasonalityWhat is seasonality and how can we find it?Building a VisualizationsBuilding KPI Chart, Geomap and Line GraphBuilding a DashboardConclusionFinal Exam: Exploratory AnalysisUpload to Tableau PublicThe final exam will be a series of questions the client wants to know about their sales data.
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