This course provides comprehensive Tableau training for students who thrive in fast-paced classes. If you learn concepts and acquire new technology skills quickly, Desktop I & II: Accelerated provides an opportunity for you to achieve Tableau competency in a short amount of class time. This course accommodates authoring in Tableau Desktop, Tableau Cloud, and Tableau Server.
When you complete this course, you will be able to:
Connect to data and edit a data source.
Sort, filter, and group data.
Use the Tableau workspace to create a range of essential and advanced chart types for analysis.
Combine data from multiple tables using joins, unions, and relationships.
Use extracts to improve performance.
Create basic and more advanced calculations, including table calculations, to modify data as needed for analysis.
Use statistical techniques to analyze data.
Use parameters and input controls to support audience analysis.
Build interactive dashboards to reveal data insights, using techniques for guided analytics, interactive dashboard design, and visual best practices.
Describe how to share and publish visualizations.
Prepare for the course with this Trailmix.
Lessons and Topics
Introduction to Tableau
The Tableau Platform
Visual Cues for Fields
Getting Started in Tableau
Understanding Permissions in Tableau
Navigating a Tableau Site
Setting Up Connections and Data Sources
Tableau File Types and Extensions
Creating a Live Data Connection
Saving and Editing a Data Source
Modifying Data Attributes
Simplifying and Sorting Your Data
Creating Date Filters
Nested Sorting and Context Filters
Organizing Your Data
Creating and Using Hierarchies
Viewing Specific Values
Grand Totals, Subtotals, and Changing Aggregation
Creating Highlight Tables
Slicing Your Data by Date
Working with Dates in Tableau
Using Discrete Date Parts and Continuous Date Values
Using Multiple Measures in a View
Using Measure Values and Measure Names in a View
Combined or Shared Axis Charts
Creating Dual Axis Charts
Showing the Relationship Between Numerical Values
Showing Correlations and Outliers with Scatter Plots
Create a Scatter Plot
Analyze Using the Highlighter
Analyze an Outlier Using Explain Data
Using the Analytics Pane
Trend Lines and Trend Model
Reference Lines and Bands
Data Connection Options
Data Connections Page
Physical and Logical Layers
Connecting to Single- and Multi-table Data Sources
Migrated Data Sources
The Data Pane User Interface
Joins (Inner, Left and Right, Full Outer)
Relationship Levels of Detail
Setting up a Relationship Between Tables
Joins vs. Relationships
Relationships, Joins, Unions and Blends
Combining Data Decision Tree
Creating Relationships Between Tables from Different Databases