Tableau

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Tableau is for anyone who works with data – regardless of technical or analytical background. It makes analyzing data fast and easy, beautiful and useful.

Our 2-day classes offer hands-on experience with an expert instructor to guide you at every step, and a textbook you can keep as a reference. Classes utilizes Tableau Desktop, but also offers a section that explores Tableau Online, Tableau Server, and Tableau Mobile. A workshop, with the opportunity to bring your own data and collaborate with classmates and/or ask specific questions of the instructor, will be provided at the end of day two.

$499 / course


8:30 am - 4:30 pm

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INSTRUCTOR

Megan Putney

Megan Putney
Category Development Manager
Mike's Hard Lemonade Co.

In partnership with:
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PART 1: Basics Course

This course is for those who are currently using desktop or web-based data-management tools to perform numerical or general data analysis, including capturing and reporting on data to peers, executives, and clients, and who now need to provide data visualizations in reports, or explain data analysis through visualizations.

Prerequisites

Excel Part 1, Excel Part 2, Excel PivotTables and Power Tools or equivalent working knowledge. Optionally, experience with other data analytics tools, such as Google Analytics, as well as understanding database design concepts will help you get even more out of Tableau.


  • Think about the target audience for your visualizations
  • Overview
  • Configure Tableau
  • Connect to Data
  • Prepare Data for Analysis
  • Create a View
  • Visually Analyze Data
  • Discover Insights with Hierarchies
  • Adjust Fields
  • Sort Data
  • Group Data
  • Save and Publish Data Sources
  • Collaborate and Share Data
  • Configure Filters in Tableau
  • Apply Advance Filters
  • Apply Interactive Filters
  • Perform Quick Table Calculations
  • Highlight Data with Reference Lines
  • Explore Data with Advanced Visualizations
  • Map Data Geographically
  • Facilitate Analysis with Maps
  • Analyze Data with Advanced Mapping Features
  • Explore Differences in Tableau Desktop and Tableau Online, Tableau Server, and Tableau Mobile
  • Bring your own data and collaborate with classmates and/or ask specific questions of the instructor

Part 1 Schedule


Register 6/20/2019 - 6/21/2019

Global Campus Rogers, Suite 402


PART 2: Advanced Course

This course is for those who are currently using Tableau to perform numerical or general data analysis, visualization, and reporting, who now need to provide data visualizations from multiple data sources, or blend data to show comparisons, correlations, and relationships through data.

Prerequisites

Excel Part 1, Excel Part 2, Excel PivotTables and Power Tools, Tableau Part 1 or equivalent working knowledge. Having experience with other data analytics tools, such as Google Analytics, as well as understanding database design concepts will help you get even more out of Tableau.


  • Think about the target audience for your visualizations
  • Blend Data
  • Troubleshoot and Refine Data Blends
  • Create Joins
  • Troubleshoot Joins
  • Merge Data with Unions
  • Connect to PDFs
  • Clean Up and Organize PDF Data
  • Create Sets
  • Analyze Data with Sets
  • Apply Parameter to Data to Refine Visualizations
  • Create Calculated Fields
  • Manipulate Data with Functions
  • Analyze Data with Table Calculations
  • Create Groups with Bins and Calculations
  • Analyze Data with LOD Expressions
  • Perform Statistical Analysis
  • Forecast Data Trends
  • Customized Mapped Data
  • Enhance Visualizations with Tooltips
  • Enhance Dashboards with Actions
  • Analyze Data with Cubes and MDX

  • Explore Differences in Tableau Desktop and Tableau Online, Tableau Server, and Tableau Mobile

  • Bring your own data and collaborate with classmates and/or ask specific questions of the instructor

Part 2 Schedule


Register 7/18/2019 - 7/19/2019

Global Campus Rogers, Suite 402