This course is designed for the beginner to intermediate-level Tableau user. It is for anyone who works with data – regardless of technical or analycal background. This course is designed to help you understand the important concepts and techniques used in Tableau to move from simple to complex visualizations and learn how to combine them in interactive dashboards.

Course Overview

Tableau course is designed to help you understand about Tableau introduction and overview, Tableau Architecture, Filters, parameters, Graphs, Maps, Table calculation, Aggregating data, Dashboards, Data Blending, R connectivity with Tableau.

Tableau Online Training is designed for the beginner to advanced-level Tableau user and to clear Tableau Software Certification Exam.         

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand options for connecting to data
  • Navigate the Tableau interface
  • Build and format visualizations
  • Understand basic parameters
  • Create calculated fields
  • Build interactive dashboards
  • Share workbooks

Audience Recommended:

This course is recommended for:
  • Tableau desktop online video based tutorial course is designed for the beginner to intermediate-level Tableau user.
  • It is for anyone who works with data – regardless of technical or analytical background.

Pre- Requisites:

  • Basic Data knowledge

Why Go for Tableau Training?

We use Tableau analytics to get data and data visualizations out to users quickly. It’s very easy to use – non IT and non BI users can easily get access and get going quickly. Tableau also provides better visualizations over the leading BI players. IPad reporting is a pain point, and blended data sets are tricky. This is a very strong product.

The best feature of Tableau is that it is easy to use. It gives those with an analytical mindset the ability to analyze data without having to navigate technical obstacles such as SQL, coding, etc.

Quick dash boarding with easy to use drill down & drill across. Setting up an enterprise quality dashboard is pretty simple and there is a lot of functionality that can be incorporated using actions to allow for drill downs, filtering, etc.

Implementation is a breeze. Tableau is quick to implement and upgrade. Unlike traditional BI Suites that have months-long implementation cycles, Tableau is pretty quick. Additionally, it does not need to sit on top of a data warehouse it can be fed via Access, Excel, or text – which makes it perfect for ad hoc analysis as well

Companies Using Tableau:

BNP Pariubus, CitiGroup, US Bank, IAG, Amica, Accenture, Merkle, Trexin, NBR, Deloitte, Pandora, Skyrock, etc.

Career Opportunities after Tableau:

Google trends tell exponential growth of Jobs in Tableau. Check Top Job websites for Tableau Jobs:

Indeed: 4000+

Simplyhired: 7000+

LinkedIn: 1900+ 3000+