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Getting Started with Tableau

What is Tableau?

 

Tableau is the rapidly growing visualization tool used for different business applications. It is high in demand software due to its easy access to use. It is widely used in Business Intelligence (BI) processes.   Tableau is crafted in such a way that all kinds of charts, plots, and graphs with different designs can be positioned simultaneously for visualization.  
If we talk about the data type and structure and their access in tableau, it can work on any kind of data type either data is structured, unstructured datasets with the accessing of any sort of programming language as R, Python, SAS, etc.   A person with a non-technical background can easily work on Tableau as it doesn’t require any technical or programming knowledge.  

Tableau has plenty of easily accessible functions that can create highly simplified graphs or charts for any set of complex data. A business analyst can investigate any pattern, insight, flow, or trends from visually available data and hence predict or conclude for any business problem.   (Continue reading from Analytics Steps)

Check Out a Book to Learn More about Tableau

Link to Tableau Training Manual Version 9.0 Advanced in the Catalog
Link to Tableau Strategies by Ann Jackson in the Catalog
Link to Innovative Tableau by Ryan Sleeper in the Catalog
Link to Tableau Training Manual Version 9.0 Basic in the Catalog

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