Open source softwares - Tableau

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Lesson Description



As Tableau helps in dissecting loads of information throughout different time spans, aspects, and measures, it needs an exceptionally careful wanting to make a decent dashboard or story. Consequently, it means quite a bit to know the way to deal with plan a decent dashboard. Like some other field of human undertaking, there are many accepted procedures to be followed to make great worksheets and dashboards.
However the ultimate result anticipated from a Tableau project is preferably a dashboard with story, there are many middle of the road steps which should be finished to arrive at this objective. Following is a stream outline of configuration steps that ought to be obviously followed to make successful dashboards.

Connect to data source

Scene associates with all well known information sources. It has inbuilt connectors which deal with laying out the association, when the association boundaries are provided. Be it straightforward text records, social sources, SQL sources or cloud information bases, Tableau associates with virtually every information source.

Build Data Views

In the wake of associating with an information source, you get all the segment and information accessible in the Tableau climate. You arrange them as aspects and measures, and make any pecking order required. Utilizing these you construct sees, which are generally known as Reports. Scene gives simple simplified element to assemble sees.

Enhance the Views

The views created above needs to be enhanced further by the use of filters, aggregations, labeling of axes, formatting of colors and borders, etc.

Create Worksheets

Create different worksheets to create different views on the same or different data.

Craete & Organize Dashboards

Dashboards contain multiple worksheets which are linked. Hence, the action in any of the worksheet can change the result in the dashboard accordingly.

Craete Story

A story is a sheet that contains a sequence of worksheets or dashboards that work together to convey information. You can create stories to show how facts are connected, provide context, demonstrate how decisions relate to outcomes, or simply make a compelling case.