Data Visualization with Tableau Training

Become an expert in Tableau and its interface by identifying and applying through insightful visuals

  • Get an in-depth knowledge from basic to advanced level on Tableau
  • Interactive Learning & Comprehensive hands-on sessions with Tableau
  • Building and organizing data visualization with Tableau
  • Case studies & real-world application of Tableau and data visualization tools
  • Projects like visual analytics, creating dashboards, story-telling with Tableau

Why Tableau for Data Visualization?

Business intelligence is the need of the hour, and technologies that help organizations make informed business decisions are among today’s hottest career trends. Tableau is one such technology that is fast gaining popularity in the field of data visualization and is being implemented by top companies including Facebook, Dell, Applied Systems, General Motors among others.

As per the creators of Tableau, humans are set to generate 50 times greater data through 75 times more number of sources in 2020 as against 2011. These huge quantities of data need efficient storage, management, and analysis for leaping into a technology-driven future. 

KnowledgeHut’s Data Visualization with Tableau course will teach you how to use Tableau to build data visualizations, organize data and design dashboards. The course introduces you to concepts such as linking charts, scripting, dashboard integration, conditional formatting, Tableau integration with R,etc. Through a blend of practical sessions and theory you will learn to represent data through insightful visuals which will help achieve organizational goals.

The demand for Tableau professionals is rising and there is no better time than now to invest in a Tableau career. This workshop is your stepping stone to getting hands-on training and recognition in this technology.

Benefits of getting skills in Data Visualization with Tableau:

Here’s how this certification can critically impact and intelligently help individuals and organizations to move ahead.


Individual Benefits:

Tableau skills will help you to make an impact as a business analyst in your organization. 

  • You will be able to handle data retrieving, creation, organization and visualization and become an independent analyst in the role of a Tableau Prep Builder, Table Prep Conductor and so on.
  • Tableau Desktop Certified professionals are sought after in leading industries.
  • Big Data, Business and Intelligence are doorways to professional growth and success.
  • Job profiles like BI Developer, Senior Data Analyst, Senior Business Analyst, BI Analyst are available to you.
  • This certification leads to an average salary of $99,317 per annum as per ZipRecruiter. 

Based on the Google trends data, the use of Tableau in data visualization has been gaining in popularity.


Organizational Benefits:

Be it the fields of Media and Communication, Healthcare, Renewable Energy, Financial Services or Travel Tableau is impacting them all. Organizations and individuals with knowledge of this technology-driven software will experience an abundance of opportunities.

  • Create: No more tedious chart creators, with Tableau all you need is one click.
  • Connect: Remain connected to the cloud to retrieve any amount of data you require.
  • Decode: Efficiently organize your data, represent various possibilities and decode exciting trends.
  • This framework uses powerful drag drop analytics and an advanced GUI.
  • Employees are empowered to manage their own data.
  • Easy to use, user-friendly interface.

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What you will learn

Prerequisites

You need not mandatorily meet any prerequisites to get certified in Data Visualization with Tableau, but the following knowledge will surely help you to take up this training:

  • Having basic knowledge of Excel and R language.
  • Basic knowledge on the concepts of Tableau & Excel.
  • Know basic data analysis in the form of charts or graphs.

Who Should Attend

  • Data Scientists
  • Statisticians
  • Business Analysts
  • Project Managers
  • Business Intelligence & Testing Professionals
  • Data Visualization Analysts’ and Functional Experts
  • Anyone who wish to embark on a career in analytics domain

Knowledgehut Experience

Instructor-led Live Classroom

Interact with instructors in real-time— listen, learn, question and apply. Our instructors are industry experts and deliver hands-on learning.

Curriculum Designed by Experts

Our courseware is always current and updated with the latest tech advancements. Stay globally relevant and empower yourself with the latest tools and training!

Learn through Doing

Learn theory backed by practical case studies, exercises and coding practice. Get skills and knowledge that can be applied effectively in the real world.

Mentored by Industry Leaders

Learn from the best in the field. Our mentors are all experienced professionals in the fields they teach.

Advance from the Basics

Learn concepts from scratch, and advance your learning through step-by-step guidance on tools and techniques.

Code Reviews by Professionals

Get reviews and feedback on your final projects from professional developers.

Curriculum

Learning Objectives:

Discover what data visualization is, and how we can use it to better see and understand data. Using Tableau, we’ll examine the fundamental concepts of data visualization and explore the Tableau interface, identifying and applying the various tools Tableau has to offer.

  • Getting Started & Introduction to Data Visualization
  • Tools for Data Visualization
  • Uses of Tableau
  • Installing Tableau
  • Architecture
  • Features of Tableau
  • Exploring and Navigating Tableau
  • Importing Visualizations
  • Downloading a Visualization

Hands-on workshop description:

Install Tableau and import various visualizations.

Learning Objectives:

Learn to export data and load it into visualization engine. Also learn to create various basic charts.

  • Exporting Data
  • Connecting Sheets
  • Loading into Tableau visualization engine
  • Text Tables
  • Bar
  • Line
  • Pie charts
  • Basic maps

Hands-on:

Create basic visualization designs.

Learning Objectives:

Learn to create advanced visualizations using Tableau.

  • Highlight Tables
  • Heat Maps
  • Circle Plots
  • Side by Side Bars
  • Continuous Lines
  • Scatter Plots
  • Dual Charts
  • Area Charts
  • Tree Maps

Hands-on:

Create advanced visualization designs.

Learning Objectives:

Learn to create location based charts using Tableau.

  • Filled Maps
  • Symbol Maps
  • Geo Coding
  • Online Maps
  • Sorting in Maps
  • Background Maps

Hands-on:

Create location based visualization designs.

Learning Objectives:

Learn to analyze and apply essential design principles to your Tableau visualizations.You will define and examine the similarities and differences of exploratory and explanatory analysis as well as begin to ask the right questions about what’s needed in a visualization. You will assess how data and design work together, including how to choose the appropriate visual representation for your data, and the difference between effective and ineffective visuals.

  • Getting Started in Effective and Ineffective Visuals
  • Types of Visualizations
  • Ineffective Visuals and How to Improve Them
  • Visual Perception and Cognitive Load
  • Exploratory Analysis

Hands-on:

Use exploratory analysis to explore data and visualize using Tableau.

Learning Objectives:

Learn about the tools Tableau offers in the areas of charting, dates, table calculations and mapping.

  • Tableau Charts
  • Discrete vs. Continuous Dates
  • Table Calculations
  • Mapping

Hands-on:

Use Tableau tools to implement various operations.

Learning Objectives:

Create dashboards that help you identify the story within your data, and discover how to use Storypoints to create a powerful story.

  • Planning and Preproduction: Aligning your Audience, Stakeholders, and Data
  • Key Metrics, Indicators, and Decision Triggers
  • Dashboard and Storytelling with Data
  • Tell the Story of Your Data

Hands-on:

Use Tableau to create a storyboard.

Learning Objectives:

Implement all the visualization skills you have learnt so far.

  • Developing a project to visualize data using Tableau

Hands-on:

Create a project to find data that will provide the information you are seeking. You will then import that data into Tableau and  prepare it for analysis. Next you will create a dashboard that will allow you to explore the data in depth and identify meaningful insights. You will then give structure to your data story by writing the story arc in narrative form. Finally, you will consult your design checklist to craft the final viz or data story in Tableau.

Faq

Data Visualization with Tableau

There are no mandatory prerequisites for learning Tableau, a Data Visualization tool. Even a non-technical individual can learn Tableau easily. It is advised, though not mandatory, that candidates have knowledge of the following: 

  • Basic understanding of SQL
  • Fundamental knowledge of Excel and R language
  • Basic knowledge of data analytics in the form of charts or graphs

Tableau is one of the best Data Visualization and Business Intelligence tools available in the market today. It is globally trusted and has been rated as being among the best data visualization tools by the Forbes report. Here are some reasons why we consider learning Tableau to be beneficial:

  • Tableau has a free Desktop version
  • The tool has an easy learning curve
  • It can be connected to any data source
  • It can be easily operated on Big Data by classifying and storing a large amount of data
  • It can work on any kind of data
  • Tableau is easy to use
  • It enhances the career growth of an individual. Tableau certification helps an individual to earn more. $111,734 per year is what Tableau developers are earning today
  • Learning Tableau will open many doors for you to work as a business analyst, data scientist, visual analyst, or project manager, etc. 

The following individuals can take up Data Visualization with Tableau course:

  • Data Scientists, Business Intelligence Professionals, and Testing Professionals
  • Statisticians, Business Analysts and Project Managers
  • Data Visualization Analysts and Functional Experts
  • Graduates and Professionals looking to move into the analytics domain

The system requirements (software and hardware) to learn Tableau course are as follows: 

  • Microsoft® Windows® 7/8/10 (32- or 64-bit) 
  • 4 GB RAM minimum, 8 GB RAM recommended 
  • i3 or higher processor 
  • Intel® VT-x (Virtualization Technology)
  • 32-bit colour depth recommended
  • Dual-core, 2.0 GHz or higher minimum recommended CPU
  • 2 gigabytes minimum system memory (4 gigabytes is better)
  • 1.5 gigabytes minimum free disk space

Our Tableau course teaches you how to use Tableau Desktop to visualize information. Tableau is among the most popular data visualization and BI tools and in this course you will learn how to build information dashboards and stories in order to present your analytics to top management. The course helps you understand the following:

  • Learn Data Visualization basics, connect to the information set, join the data sets.
  • Manage samples and metadata, execute aggregated data granularity.
  • Learn about graphs including bar graphs, line graphs, pie charts, dual-axis graphs, and dual-axis area graphs Use trend lines, reference lines and statistics to sort, filter and group data with your datasets.

Making use of the tons of data generated each day and deriving suitable business insights from it is the single most important organizational objective of our times. This has driven the need for professionals and engineers who can use technologies such as Tableau and help organizations reach business goals. Knowledge of Tableau can help you land a lucrative job as a data analyst. Salaries for data analysts have hit the roof due to their indispensability. According to Indeed.com, Tableau professionals are right at the top when it comes to salaries. The average annual pay for a Tableau Developer in the United States is $111,734 a year. The demand has greatly surpassed the supply and this is the right time for you to get trained as a Tableau professional.

Note: All information mentioned is accurate as of September 2019.

After completing the course, the skills you will acquire are:

  • Advanced knowledge on visualizations using Tableau
  • Be proficient in creating dashboards and storytelling

After completing Data Visualization with Tableau course from KnowledgeHut, an individual will earn the following benefits:

  • You will learn to process large data sets visually
  • Understand how to examine, navigate, and learn various features of Tableau
  • You will learn to make data decisions and creative problem solving
  • You can perform scripting and create dashboards
  • You will learn to collate the data and implement good practices in visualization to represent your story 

No, there are no restrictions to attend the class. But it is very important to have your fundamentals clear on various types of graphs and charts. Basic knowledge of SQL will be an added advantage.

Workshop Experience

KnowledgeHut training workshops are designed to be interactive, immersive, and full of experiential learning. Data Visualization with Tableau course is conducted in two modes as follows and you can select the one which suits you best- 

  • One to one training-

One to one training is an effective mode of training that can be individualized and catered to your requirements. If an individual is looking for a more personal face to face approach, choosing one to one training will be an added advantage. Our trainers at KnowledgeHut are dedicated and help you to reach your goals by maximizing your learning experience. 

  • Online training-

 The online classroom training is the virtual classroom training where you can learn all the latest skills whenever you need. This is the live instructor-led training session that helps professionals to get ahead in their careers.

  • Team/Corporate training-

Now building a high performing team is more easy with Team/Corporate training mode. In this mode, an organization nominates its entire team for online or classroom training and the training is delivered as per the team’s needs. Corporate training consists of videos, certification courses, and other blended learning options that will help your workforce to create a competitive edge, produce better results, and reach strategic goals.   

You need to undergo 24-hrs of live interactive training to complete Data Visualization with Tableau course.  

The system requirements needed to attend the online Tableau classes are as follows:

  • An operating system with Microsoft Windows 7 or higher version (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • Microsoft Server 2008 R2 or higher release.
  • With Intel Pentium 4 or the AMD Opteron processor or higher version.
  • Minimum memory requirement of 2 GB
  • 1.5 GB minimum or higher free disk space.
  • Resolution of the screen should be 1366 x 768 or higher

Yes, Knowledgehut has well-equipped labs with the latest version of hardware and software. We provide Cloudlabs for course categories like Web Development, Cloud Computing, and Data Science to explore every feature of frontend development through hands-on exercises. Cloudlabs provides an environment that lets you build real-world scenarios and practice from anywhere across the globe. You will have live hands-on coding sessions and will be given practice assignments to work on after the class.

The software required to get started with Tableau training is as follows:

  • Microsoft Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, or XP sp3; or Server 2012, 2008, or 2003 (on x86 or x64 chipsets)
  • 32-bit or 64-bit versions of Windows

Milestone 1: Develop a proposal for a project.

Milestone 2: Import and Prepare Data.

Milestone 3: Analysis of exploration.

Milestone 4: Exploratory analysis and presentation of the dashboard.

Milestone 5: Exploratory analysis and submission of the dashboard.

Milestone 6: Final submission and presentation.

Online Experience

Yes, we do offer the online/virtual format for Data Visualization with Tableau course. 

Students are provided with Environment/Server access for their systems. It offers all the required facilities that are needed to get a detailed understanding of the course and ensures that students get the experience of a real-time project environment. 


In case of any queries related to the process or the course, feel free to reach out to our support team. 

The trainer conducting Data Visualization with Tableau Certification is highly experienced in training professionals in Data Visualization with Tableau.  


Our coaches at KnowledgeHut are motivating and encouraging, and provide a friendly learning environment for students who are keen to learn new things and take a leap in their career. 

Yes, you can attend a demo session before enrolling yourself for the Data Visualization with Tableau certification. 

Our online instructor-led training sessions are interactive sessions. At any time during the training, if you come across any doubts/queries related to the course, you can unmute yourself and get them cleared.

If in case it happens that you miss out on any Tableau training session, then you can opt for any one of the following two options:

  1. Watch an online recording of the session.
  2. Attend the missed class in any other live session. 

The online Data Visualization with Tableau course recordings will have lifetime validity. 

Yes, the students will have access to the coursework even after completion of their course.

There is no difference between online and offline courses. In the online setting,  you can interact, communicate, view and discuss presentations, as well as engage with learning resources while working in groups, all in an online setting. 

To experience the online classroom session, students can log in at the scheduled time to a live learning environment led by an instructor, where they can interact, communicate, view, and discuss presentations. Moreover, they can participate in learning resources while working in small groups, all in an online setting. To improve your online training experience, our instructors use an extensive set of collaboration tools and techniques.  

This is a live interactive training led by an instructor in a virtual classroom.

Our support team, full of dedicated professionals, will be available to you 24/7 at any of the numbers provided in the below link:


Moreover, we have a Slack workplace for the corporates to discuss the issues. If the query is not resolved via email, then a one-on-one discussion will be facilitated with one of the trainers.  

Finance Related

We have different flexible payment options. We accept all types of cards. The following are the different payment options available for you.


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Online payments
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In case you find it difficult to make the payment, you can get in touch with us at support@knowledgehut.com. Our team of dedicated professionals will be happy to help you choose the right course and the right payment option that suits you.

You need not worry if in case you are unable to attend the course. We will be happy to give you back the full amount prior to the course commencement date. And if in case you want to discontinue within the first two days of the training, we will still proceed with the 100% refund.

Yes, you can cancel the enrolment. Once you cancel the enrolment within 48 hours, you will be eligible for a refund but the cancellation will incur a 5% deduction for transactional costs. The refund amount will be processed within 30 days.

We will gladly refund the entire amount if you send us an intimation message regarding the cancellation. The refund amount will be processed within 30 days.

Yes, we do provide scholarships for Students and Veterans (Experienced). We also provide grants that can vary up to 50% of the course fees.


You can get in touch with us at support@knowledgehut.com.  The team will send you the forms and instructions. Based on the responses and answers that we receive, a panel of experts will take a decision on the grant. The entire process will take around 7 to 15 days.

Yes, you can pay the course fees in installments. To avail the installment, drop an email at  support@knowledgehut.com. Our team will help you with the installment process and provide the timelines to ease the process.

Visit the following to register yourself for the Data Visualization with Tableau Training


https://www.knowledgehut.com/business-intelligence-and-visualization/data-visualisation-with-Tableau

You can check the schedule of the Data Visualization with Tableau Training by visiting the following link:


https://www.knowledgehut.com/business-intelligence-and-visualization/data-visualisation-with-Tableau

In case of any queries, you can reach out to our 24/7 dedicated support team at any numbers provided in the link https://www.knowledgehut.com/contact-us, or send an email to support@knowledgehut.com.

Yes, there will be other participants for all the online public workshops and would be logging in from different locations. Learning with different people will be an added advantage for you which will help you fill the knowledge gap and increase your network.

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About Tableau

Tableau

Tableau is a powerful, fast-growing data visualization and business intelligence platform that helps people to see and understand data. It is a tool used to simplify raw data into a very easy and understandable format.

Yes,Tableau Public is free software that enables anyone to connect to a table or file and generate web-based interactive data visualization. Tableau Reader is free to open and interact with Tableau Desktop data visualizations.

Tableau Public is a free service that allows anyone to publish visualizations of interactive data on the web. Visualizations posted in Tableau Public ("vizzes") can be integrated into web pages and blogs shared via social media or email and made accessible to other users for download.

The proprietary program language for writing Tableau is VizQL.

Tableau is not a database or a data warehouse system but it works on both. It is a data visualization BI tool. Tableau utilizes the features of direct access in data warehouses, allowing even the novice user to easily generate a visualization information extract, or create a live link. This is an outstanding function for Tableau because an extract can be produced in the visualization and hosted on a server based on the network capacities.

The difference is that you can't save your workbooks locally with Tableau Public. You need to save them to the public cloud, which means everyone can see your information. Tableau Desktop makes it possible to share your workbooks locally. This version enables you to connect to distinct kinds of files, generate extracts from sources of information and save your workbooks locally and publicly.

Yes,we can do predictive analysis with Tableau, using its versatile front end and intuitive visual interface. Information researchers are increasingly using the strong instruments of Tableau for advanced analytics and predictive modeling.

The answer is all three; it is a one-stop tool for all solutions.Tableau has an accessible in-memory information engine, called Hyper,  included in Tableau 10.5. Hyper can increase query velocity by 5X and can extract information from big data sets more quickly

Tableau Prep is an ETL (Extract Transform and Load) tool that enables you to extract information from a multitude of sources, transform information, and then return information for evaluation to a Tableau Data Extract (using the latest Hyper database as an extract engine).

The primary USP of Tableau is that it is a very useful instrument for viewing and reporting information.

Tableau can prove to be a great analysis and reporting tool for you. If you are a beginner, then you need to install the MySQL ODBC driver in order to create a data source to access the up.time DataStore. Once this installation is completed, you just need to:

  • Configure the Report in Tableau
  • Modify how the report displays information.
  • Desktop-standalone desktop application (Windows or Mac) for dashboards and other content development and publication.
  • Server-standalone application to publish and distribute the content created in Desktop .. Has many setup and administration alternatives, as well as APIs and utility commands. Can be accommodated on-site or in a cloud.
  • Public-the same as the server, but Tableau is hosting. All content is public, free to use, limited to server, i.e. no user settings or management.
  • Online-the same as server, but Tableau is hosting. It is a product based on SaaS paid subscription, content can be private or public, some management and configuration is feasible.

To allow users to eat the published material, server / online does not need a desktop, but Desktop is needed to publish the content.

Yes, they need Tableau Desktop. The browser-based tools(no software required to be installed) are Tableau Server and Tableau Online. Tableau Online does have the same Tableau Server features but is hosted in the cloud by Tableau. One point to note is that when it comes to server information links, there are some constraints. Small data sets that don't require high processing speeds like Tableau Server can use the  Tableau Online version. Tableau Server is a program used to safely share visualizations across an organisation and communicate with them. You must first use Tableau Desktop to publish workbooks on the Tableau Server.

It helps simplify the raw information into a format that is very easy to understand. The data analysis with Tableau is very quick and the generated visualization is in the form of dashboards. Data generated using Tableau can be grasped and visualized easily by professionals and laypersons alike. 

We have outlined seven best practices to increase the efficiency of your dashboards.

  1. Get inspired: The trick is to take inspiration from as many places or people as possible. Get influenced and also influence others in the dashboarding process. 
  2. Stay simple: It's tempting to put every chart or graph on them when you first begin to build dashboards. But de-cluttering is the  name of the game. Stick to that which is of relevance and keep your dashboard simple.
  3. Use a grid layout: Using a grid format gives a logical layout to your dashboard, making it easy for your customers to read through and understand the data presented. You can generate a narrative that takes people from the overall to the details with a column or row-based flow.
  4. Use the correct fonts:  While we all want our dashboards to look nice, let’s not commit fashion faux pas.  Too many fonts and sizes in a dashboard end up making it look cluttered and illegible. So, describe your typography in a straightforward hierarchy.
  5. Don’t use too much color: Too much color does not necessarily add value to the dashborad. Again, the trick is to use only colors only for what is needed. 
  6. BAN’s: Short for Big A** Numbers (BAN), your BANs can never be too big. So, give them the spotlight to ensure that they are immediately noticeable and create maximum impact. 

And finally collaborate and take others’ perspectives. No dashboard will be perfect the first time around, so keep iterating and you will have a winner!

Learn

One of the major reasons why Tableau is considered as one of the fastest evolving Business Intelligence (BI) and data visualization tools is that it is easy to learn. Moreover, it is very fast to deploy as well as intuitive to use for a customer.

Begin your Tableau journey by enrolling for training with a reputed training provider like KnowledgeHut. Enrolling for the training exposes you to 24 hours of live sessions, 80+ hours of MCQs & Assignments, 3 real-time projects, and 22 hours of hands-on training on Tableau. 

You need to possess the following skill sets in order to become a Tableau Developer:

  • You need to hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Business or Computer Science.
  • You should have enterprise-level experience in life cycle development of applications.
  • Possess proficiency in Structured Query Languages and extensive data sets.
  • You must have excellent analytical skills in order to analyze the requirements of the client and the business.
  • It is also expected that you have a high degree of skill in system software that you can apply from the beginning until the end of the project.
  •  You should further have strong attention to detail required for spotting errors in data or coding.
  • It is also beneficial for you to have in-depth knowledge of Microstrategy and Data Architecture.
  • Finally, you should have a stronghold on written as well as oral communication skills.

Learning Tableau can benefit you in multiple ways. Few of them are:

  • Professionals with the knowledge of Tableau are preferred across most software companies for their clarity in data analysis, making it a good career option.
  • You don’t have to be a programmer to generate hassle-free data sets and explore as well as generate powerful plots quickly with graphs, animations, and interactivity.
  • If you are catering to advertising and financial clients, Tableau proves to be a resource for giving presentations.
  • Moreover, it exceeds the expectations of the organisations with its easy manipulation in various business, great interactivity, and API’s.

Tableau is primarily a data visualization tool that is designed to do complicated visualization easily in lesser time. So, you don’t need any programming skills to use it. 

There are plenty of resources available to learn Tableau. Moreover, Tableau provides a Preparation Guide. You can find the link to it here

Videos:

Also, feel free to opt for a mock test to get a heads-up with your preparation and discover where you stand. 

Yes, it is possible. And having a certification in the same will prove to be even more beneficial. But for Tableau Data Analyst, you might have to build up a few skills such as knowledge of an ETL tool such as Pentaho or Talend. Having knowledge of a BI tool, database management & ET tool will increase your chances of getting a job. 

Here is a list of some of the best institutes:

  • Analytixlabs
  • Edureka
  • KnowledgeHut
  • Simplilearn
  • SAS
  • Data Flair
  • Besant

Among these Tableau training providers, KnowledgeHut has gained more traction from industry experts.

Uses

Tableau software is used for:

  • Translating queries into visualization
  • Managing metadata
  • Importing data of all sizes and ranges
  • Offering the facility to create ‘no-code’ data queries helpful especially for non-technical users.

Tableau is one of the fastest-growing data visualizations tools and the best way to change or transform the raw set of data into an easily understandable format.

Following are the few advantages of Tableau

  • Tableau is user-friendly
  • It is quite fast
  • Tableau is extremely easy to integrate
  • Tableau can handle very large amounts of data.

Tableau is a powerful and fastest-growing data visualization tool used in the Business Intelligence Industry.

Here are the top reasons why should we use Tableau:

  1. Less time required to pull and prepare data
  2. It can handle a large amount of data
  3. Tableau has a great community
  4. Tableau helps in giving good presentations for your business.

Certification

The cost of Data Visualization with Tableau training at KnowledgeHut is as follows:

CourseCost (in INR)Cost (in $)
Data Visualization with Tableau TrainingRs. 17,999$999

You have to undertake 24-hours of live interactive training to complete the Data Visualization with Tableau course at KnowledgeHut.

Upon successful completion of Data Visualization with Tableau training course, you will be awarded an industry-recognized course completion certificate from KnowledgeHut, which has lifetime validity.

Install

There is a free Tableau version called Tableau Public, but  in order to install it, you have to make your information public.This enables users to host and own Tableau software to publish their dashboards on Tableau's own server. To publish local dashboards, any organization / individual can generate their public profile on Tableau software.

You'll see the Start Tableau page  once you have installed and launched Tableau. In the application, click on "Connect to Data." Follow the basic instructions to access your favorite data source. Once Tableau reads your data, control+click on 1 or 2 dimensions and 1 or 2 measures to get started on creating a dashboard with Tableau.

Resources

You can improve your Tableau skills and propel your career by implementing the following good practices:

  • Make a habit of using Tableau every day
  • Earn an industry-recognized Tableau certification 
  • Gain experience by presenting your work to an audience
  • Share your work with the help of Tableau public
  • Try to acquire solid knowledge on other technical skills other than Tableau like how to work with databases, statistics knowledge, gathering the data from various sources, and finally performing visual analytics of  data collected in Tableau.

Tableau is all about understanding data. The quicker you grasp it, the easier it gets. There are ample sources available to learn Tableau fast. Let’s start with the basics first. 

  • First, learn how to connect data, manage UI, and prepare basic charts and visualizations. In addition to this, Tableau Public gallery allows referring to Tableau workbooks. These workbooks consist of all the data visualization sheets and data extracts where you can quickly copy the formulas, filter, and prepare graphs to improve your skills.  
  • You will find a lot more help on the Tableau official website which can be really helpful for beginners. Tableau offers various resources to learn all the components online. 
  • You can also learn Tableau by watching free YouTube videos that are available on the Tableau website.  
  • Join the Tableau community that offers numerous ways to connect with peers and experts.   
  • The best way to learn Tableau is to practice a lot. You can start working on projects that will help you gain real-time experience. Go for the Tableau training certification offered by KnowledgeHut in which you will get an opportunity to work on real-time projects to develop your skills and recognize competencies.

Various resources are available in the market to learn Tableau; either free of cost or by paying a bare minimum cost. The following is a list of resources that you can refer to.

Videos:

Books:

  • Tableau Manuals by Jonathan Drummey
  • Learning Tableau: Joshua Milligan, Shawn Wallwork
  • Tableau Dashboard Cookbook: Jennifer Jane Stirrup
  • Tableau Dash Visualization Cookbook: Ashutosh Nandeshwar.

To get more resources, you can refer to Tableau Forum Discussions as well. 

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You can begin deconstructing Tableau Public workbooks to reinforce your learning and try working on various levels of workbooks. I would suggest exploring the Public Gallery Tableau to discover a large number of workbooks accessible for download.

For Real Project Work: This could be a bit hard as no one would make their public domain information accessible. You can search for any Tableau projects on Freelancer(dot)com. They may have some real projects, and they may also reward you for your work. Before you start, please visit the website and read the instructions thoroughly.

Tableau Career Scope & Salary

Tableau is a king in the world of BI and Analytics. More and more companies have realised its potential and there is a steep increase in the hiring of  Tableau experts who can use this powerful tool to bring about positive business outcomes. Hence it’s a valuable skill set that is easy to learn and master.


Adding Tableau to your skillset will help you advance in your analytics career. It also helps you improve your soft skills.  With top companies offering lucrative jobs, Tableau opens up a world of rewarding career opportunities. With knowledge of Tableau, you can learn various technical skills such as working with databases, understanding statistics, learning how to gather data from various sources and performing data analytics.

According to ZipRecruiter.com, the average salary of a Tableau Developer is $111,734/year. 

Tableau has been gaining popularity in companies, and this Data visualization with Tableau training and certification course will give you the knowledge and skills to get started on a lucrative and fulfilling career. A survey conducted by International Data Corporation states that Tableau is going to generate 50 times more data by the year 2020. Due to this, the demand for Tableau professionals is soaring. So, it is definitely worth the investment of money and time.

Tableau has become one of the most preferred job roles in the BI industry. As a Tableau developer, you can create solutions for data visualization to enhance business processes. This job suits people who are good at problem-solving and can manage their time productively.

Following are the different roles performed by Tableau developer:

  1. Designing Dashboards by using Tableau visualization tools
  2. Analyzing data in order to identify trends
  3. Maintaining documentation and keeping them up-to-date.

Yes! Tableau has a great future. It is a trending tool in the IT market and in high demand for its excellent visualization capabilities and ability to provide business insights. A reason for its huge popularity is that it is available both on desktop and mobile versions. Top companies like Facebook, Dell, Sony Electronics, etc, are looking for professionals who are good at Tableau. Even Google trends indicate a high demand for a career in Tableau.

Tableau is emerging as the quickest evolving Business Intelligence (BI) and visual imaging tool. Data visualization tools are a must have for companies that generate tons of data and use the data to derive business insights. Hence the demand for tools like Tableau is sky high and so is the demand for Tableau certified experts. So, along with a great job profile, a Tableau expert can also hope to get a lucrative salary.  A Tableau developer can earn an average salary of $75,401.

Tableau is on of the most expeditious data visualization tools used in the Business Intelligence Industry. The following are some of the companies that hire Tableau developers with 1 or 2 years of experience:

  1. Google
  2. Microsoft
  3. LinkedIn
  4. Amazon
  5. IBM
  6. SAS
  7. Accenture
  8. Oracle
  9. FICO
  10. Deloitte

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