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Using Integrated Analytics in Tableau Desktop

by Ann Jackson

Tableau Desktop is a popular data visualization and analysis tool. In this course, you'll learn how to create and use reference lines, trend lines, forecast time series, and use cluster analysis. You'll also learn the statistics behind the features.

What you'll learn

At the core of visualizing and analyzing data in Tableau Desktop is a thorough knowledge of its integrated analytics features. In this course, Using Integrated Analytics in Tableau Desktop, you'll learn how to leverage each of these features to produce deeper, more insightful visualizations. First, you'll delve into statistics found in the worksheet summary card that form the foundation of data analysis. Next, you'll discover how to create reference lines, bands, box plots, and confidence intervals and when to use them. Finally, you'll explore advanced analytics including trend lines, forecasting, and clustering to unearth unseen relationships and predict future events. When you're finished with this course, you'll have the skills and knowledge of the integrated analytics features needed to utilize them in your own data analysis. Software required: Tableau Desktop.

About the author

Ann Jackson is an experienced and passionate individual with a rich and extensive background in data visualization, exploratory data analysis, data communication, and business process improvement. She is an expert at taking multiple data sources, finding meaningful connections between them, and communicating out the insight and potential they house. She places a strong emphasis on connecting analytical discoveries with quantifiable business improvements and overall business strategy. Ann is the ... more

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