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Visual analytics with Tableau / by Alexander Loth

By: Loth, Alexander.
Publisher: Indianpolis, I.N. : Wiley, 2019Description: xxvii, 254 p. : ill. ; electronic resource.ISBN: 9781119560203.Subject(s): Information technology | Data communications | Computer graphics | Communication of informationOnline resources: Download as an eBook
Contents:
Introduction and getting started with Tableau -- Adding data sources in Tableau -- Creating data visualizations -- Aggregate functions, calculated fields, and parameters -- Table calculations and level of detail calculations -- Maps -- Advanced analytics: trends, forecasts, clusters and other statistical tools -- Interactive dashboards -- Sharing insights with colleagues and the world -- Data preparation with Tableau prep.
Summary: Describes how to create data visualisations and dashboards using Tableau. Explains from the beginning of the process, from connecting data through to publishing insightful visual presentations.
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Introduction and getting started with Tableau -- Adding data sources in Tableau -- Creating data visualizations -- Aggregate functions, calculated fields, and parameters -- Table calculations and level of detail calculations -- Maps -- Advanced analytics: trends, forecasts, clusters and other statistical tools -- Interactive dashboards -- Sharing insights with colleagues and the world -- Data preparation with Tableau prep.

Describes how to create data visualisations and dashboards using Tableau. Explains from the beginning of the process, from connecting data through to publishing insightful visual presentations.

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