In this course, What's New in Tableau 10, you will learn how to leverage all the new capabilities to connect to, prepare, analyze, and share the insights you found in your data. You will learn how to import data from cloud sources like google sheets, how to identify clusters of countries, and how to design dashboards for mobile devices. When you're finished with this course, you will have a foundational knowledge of Tableau 10 that will help you as you move forward to becoming a data master.
I work as a feedback mechanism for organizations and teams to help them understand what’s going on with their products and processes. I do this by collecting and organizing their data, visually exploring it, enriching it with other data and metrics, then presenting my findings using creative information design techniques. This leads to improved business performance and often sparks a data-driven culture throughout my clients organizations.
Hi everyone, this is Ben from BenSullins.com and welcome to my course “What’s New in Tableau 10”I’ve been helping companies derive insights from their vast amounts of data since the late 90’s and today the tools available are making this better and easier than ever before. Tableau’s software for data analytics has completely dominated the market over the past decade and is now helping more companies than ever see and understand their data. That’s why I’m so excited to guide you through all the new features out in their latest version, Tableau 10.In this course, we are going to learn1. How to pull in data from cloud sources like Google Sheets and Quickbook Online 2. How to develop advanced clustering models of your data 3. How to design engaging mobile-friendly dashboards that work on any device 4. And how to share your insights on Tableau Server When you’re finished with this course, you will have a foundational knowledge of Tableau 10 that will help you as you move forward to becoming a true Data Jedi. I hope you’ll join me on this journey to learn What's New in Tableau 10, in this course, at Pluralsight.