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Price:Paid
Length:4.5 hours
Content type:video
level:all levels
Updated:21 February 2024
Published:21 August 2022
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Courses>Programming Languages>Building Interactive Dashboards with Tableau
Building Interactive Dashboards with Tableau
4.0 (6.8k)
4.5 hours
6815 students
What you will learn
1Develop intuitive and informative executive-level dashboards with the appropriate depth of interactivity
2Empower tactical teams to track progress and opportunities using charts and interactivity that quickly surfaces key insights
3Create engaging Operational dashboards to monitor pipeline activities and drive team KPIs
4Expose advanced analytical tools to analysts and others who need to dive in deep to explore the data
5Produce customized visualizations of data to support the decision processes of your stakeholders
6Deliver your finished dashboard with an informative user interface that guides, informs, and amazes your audience
7Publish and distribute your work confidently using the best methods and options for your audience
Target audiences
1If you are a data analyst looking for ways to create effective business dashboards at every level of your organization using Tableau, from Executive to Operations and Directors to Analysts, then this course is for you.
Requirements
1Beginner-level understanding of how to use Tableau is expected.
FAQ
You can view and review the lecture materials indefinitely, like an on-demand channel.
Definitely! If you have an internet connection, courses on Udemy are available on any device at any time. If you don't have an internet connection, some instructors also let their students download course lectures. That's up to the instructor though, so make sure you get on their good side!
Description

As businesses collect increasing amounts of vital data, the need for effective, intuitive, and actionable interfaces increases every day. Tableau is part of a new class of business intelligence tools, which dramatically reduce the time and technical acumen required to derive insights from data and publish it in a consumable format.

We'll begin by laying the groundwork for a successful dashboard and then move on to constructing five different dashboards of increasing complexity.

Starting with the Strategic/Executive dashboard, we’ll design a few of the most common dashboard elements and assemble our first complete dashboard. Next, we’ll show you how to use Tactical dashboards for visualizations that can help depict progress and draw attention to important areas. We’ll then dive into increasing the dashboard interactivity by using Operational dashboards when focusing on granular detail. Using advanced techniques in Tableau, we’ll then show you how to use Analytical dashboards that can provide you with the tools to effectively extract knowledge from your data. We’ll also walk through how to quickly create a visualization using Ad-hoc dashboards that allow you to effectively keep an eye on a specific area of interest. Lastly, we’ll cover the styling settings and publication options and conclude with best practices.

This course guides you through the entire “how and why” of each task in the dashboard creation process, which will translate easily to your own dashboard projects.

This course uses Tableau Desktop/Public 8.1, while not the latest version available, it provides relevant and informative content for legacy users of Tableau.

About the Author

Tony Kau is a Tableau Desktop 8 Qualified Associate, and he is putting its power to use in his role as a reporting analyst for a Fortune 500 company. His analytical background spans a decade, during which he has used a variety of business intelligence software, though none were better than Tableau. His passion is efficiently leveraging data to inform strategic business decisions.

He holds a degree in Business Administration from the University of Oregon, and his background includes web design, programming, and financial analysis.

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Courses>Programming Languages>Building Interactive Dashboards with Tableau
DevelopmentBuilding Interactive Dashboards with Tableau
Price:Paid
Length:4.5 hours
Content type:video
level:all levels
Updated:21 February 2024
Published:21 August 2022
Similar courses
Opportunities
Courses>Programming Languages>Building Interactive Dashboards with Tableau
Building Interactive Dashboards with Tableau
4.0 (6.8k)
4.5 hours
6815 students
What you will learn
1Develop intuitive and informative executive-level dashboards with the appropriate depth of interactivity
2Empower tactical teams to track progress and opportunities using charts and interactivity that quickly surfaces key insights
3Create engaging Operational dashboards to monitor pipeline activities and drive team KPIs
4Expose advanced analytical tools to analysts and others who need to dive in deep to explore the data
5Produce customized visualizations of data to support the decision processes of your stakeholders
6Deliver your finished dashboard with an informative user interface that guides, informs, and amazes your audience
7Publish and distribute your work confidently using the best methods and options for your audience
Target audiences
1If you are a data analyst looking for ways to create effective business dashboards at every level of your organization using Tableau, from Executive to Operations and Directors to Analysts, then this course is for you.
Requirements
1Beginner-level understanding of how to use Tableau is expected.
FAQ
You can view and review the lecture materials indefinitely, like an on-demand channel.
Definitely! If you have an internet connection, courses on Udemy are available on any device at any time. If you don't have an internet connection, some instructors also let their students download course lectures. That's up to the instructor though, so make sure you get on their good side!
Description

As businesses collect increasing amounts of vital data, the need for effective, intuitive, and actionable interfaces increases every day. Tableau is part of a new class of business intelligence tools, which dramatically reduce the time and technical acumen required to derive insights from data and publish it in a consumable format.

We'll begin by laying the groundwork for a successful dashboard and then move on to constructing five different dashboards of increasing complexity.

Starting with the Strategic/Executive dashboard, we’ll design a few of the most common dashboard elements and assemble our first complete dashboard. Next, we’ll show you how to use Tactical dashboards for visualizations that can help depict progress and draw attention to important areas. We’ll then dive into increasing the dashboard interactivity by using Operational dashboards when focusing on granular detail. Using advanced techniques in Tableau, we’ll then show you how to use Analytical dashboards that can provide you with the tools to effectively extract knowledge from your data. We’ll also walk through how to quickly create a visualization using Ad-hoc dashboards that allow you to effectively keep an eye on a specific area of interest. Lastly, we’ll cover the styling settings and publication options and conclude with best practices.

This course guides you through the entire “how and why” of each task in the dashboard creation process, which will translate easily to your own dashboard projects.

This course uses Tableau Desktop/Public 8.1, while not the latest version available, it provides relevant and informative content for legacy users of Tableau.

About the Author

Tony Kau is a Tableau Desktop 8 Qualified Associate, and he is putting its power to use in his role as a reporting analyst for a Fortune 500 company. His analytical background spans a decade, during which he has used a variety of business intelligence software, though none were better than Tableau. His passion is efficiently leveraging data to inform strategic business decisions.

He holds a degree in Business Administration from the University of Oregon, and his background includes web design, programming, and financial analysis.

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