Blending & Managing Data Files in Tableau Desktop

Tableau Desktop    |    Intermediate
  • 11 Videos | 52m 35s
  • Includes Assessment
  • Earns a Badge
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Once you have defined the data set that you want to use in your Tableau Desktop workbook, you can move on to building your visualizations [vizzes]. In this 11-video course, you will learn how to navigate within the Tableau workspace and use shelves, pages, and cards. Begin by discovering how the Tableau worksheets workspace is organized; then explore the purpose of shelves, cards, and marks when building vizzes in Tableau Desktop. Learn how to connect to multiple data sources and use the relationship tool to demonstrate automatic blending in Tableau, and how to implement manual blending, by manually editing and troubleshooting field relationship settings when blending data in Tableau Desktop. This leads into learning how to blend and work with geocoded data in Tableau, and create and manage worksheets in Tableau. Delve into saving data connections and sources in TDS format; work with packaged workbooks and sources; and work with Tableau bookmarks. The course concludes by demonstrating how to import worksheets, dashboards, and workbook contents into a file in Tableau Desktop.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • understand how the Tableau worksheet workspace is organized
    describe the purpose of shelves, cards, and marks when building visualizations in Tableau Desktop
    connect to multiple data sources and use the relationship tool to demonstrate automatic data blending in Tableau
    manually edit and troubleshoot the field relationship settings when blending data in Tableau Desktop
    work with custom geocode data to blend geographical data and import custom geocoding
    create and customize worksheets in a Tableau workbook
  • use workbook views and control worksheet contents in Tableau Desktop
    save Tableau workbooks and data sources using TWB and TDS formats
    save a workbook and data extracts using the Tableau Packaged Workbook and Packaged Data Source formats
    save a single worksheet as a Tableau Bookmark format and open the bookmark within a workbook
    import worksheets, dashboards, and workbook contents into a file in Tableau Desktop

IN THIS COURSE

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    1. 
    Using the Tableau workspace
    4m 13s
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    2. 
    Exploring shelves & cards
    6m 2s
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    Implementing automatic blending
    5m 21s
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    4. 
    Implementing manual blending
    3m 31s
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    Blending & working with geocoded data in Tableau
    6m 18s
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    6. 
    Creating worksheets in Tableau
    2m 41s
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    Managing worksheets in Tableau
    2m 16s
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    Saving data connections & sources in TDS format
    6m 9s
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    Working with packaged workbooks & sources
    5m 2s
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    10. 
    Working with Tableau Bookmarks
    2m 30s
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    11. 
    Importing Tableau data
    3m 2s

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