Tableau Essential Training (2020.1)

Tableau Essential Training (2020.1)
Tableau Essential Training (2020.1)
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 4h 36m | 601 MB

Tableau is a widely used data analytics and visualization tool that many consider indispensable for data-science-related work. Its drag-and-drop interface makes it easy to sort, compare, and analyze data from multiple sources, including Excel, SQL Server, and cloud-based data repositories. In this course, learn what you need to know to analyze and display data using Tableau 2020—and make better, more data-driven decisions for your company. Discover how to install Tableau, connect to data sources, and sort and filter your data. Instructor Curt Frye also demonstrates how to create and manipulate data visualizations—including highlight tables, charts, scatter plots, histograms, maps, and dashboards—and shows how to share your visualizations. Along the way, he highlights the new features packed into this edition of the software, including Viz Animations, which allows you to visually follow the movement of marks in a data visualization to see and understand your changing data.

Table of Contents

1 Apply the power of Tableau 2020 to your data
2 What you should know before starting
3 Download Tableau
4 Install Tableau drivers
5 Introduce Tableau file types
6 Get help in Tableau
7 Discover what’s new in Tableau 2020
8 Connect to a data source
9 Join related data sources
10 Join data sources with inconsistent field names
11 Clean up source data
12 Reorder fields in a visualization
13 Change the summary operation
14 Split text into multiple columns
15 Present data using storylines
16 Display source metadata
17 Display the data underlying a workbook
18 Add, duplicate, and rename worksheets
19 Reorder, clear, and delete worksheets
20 Change a worksheet’s tab color
21 Show or hide worksheet elements
22 Save your changes
23 Save your workbook as a PDF file
24 Create a packaged workbook
25 Export data to a CSV file
26 Export visualizations to PowerPoint
27 Present Tableau operators and built-in functions
28 Create a calculated field
29 Create a calculated field on a shelf
30 Add a table calculation
31 Use level of detail expressions
32 Create calculations in dialog boxes
33 Calculate averages, medians, minimums, and maximums
34 Count occurrences and distinct items
35 Display the Summary Card
36 Calculate percentages within a table
37 Forecast future values
38 Sort based on a field’s values
39 Create a multilevel sort
40 Create a selection filter
41 Create a wildcard filter
42 Create a condition filter
43 Create a top filter
44 Edit, clear, and delete filters
45 Show or hide sorting controls
46 Filter data using parameters
47 Edit and delete parameters
48 Define a group
49 Define a group for Other values
50 Find members of a group
51 Edit and delete groups
52 Define a set
53 Create summaries using sets
54 Combine sets
55 Edit and delete sets
56 Create a crosstab
57 Unpivot a crosstab
58 Add totals and subtotals to a crosstab
59 Create column and stacked column charts
60 Create line charts and area fill charts
61 Create pie charts
62 Create scatter plots
63 Identify data clusters
64 Create histograms
65 Summarize data using a smart histogram
66 Create a treemap
67 Change the visual summary type
68 Change the appearance of your data
69 Resize a visualization
70 Display a visualization in presentation mode
71 Create a highlight table
72 Display a visualization in a tooltip
73 Annotate a visualization
74 Format chart elements
75 Change the color sequence in charts
76 Add a trend line to a chart
77 Add reference lines, distributions, and boxes
78 Manage visualization animations
79 Create a basic map
80 Add and remove map layers
81 Enhance map analysis using distance measurement tools
82 Disable pan and zoom in maps
83 Define custom regions
84 Create a dashboard
85 Arrange and resize dashboard elements
86 Replace a worksheet in a dashboard quickly
87 Define a filter action
88 Define a highlight action
89 Define parameter actions
90 Next steps