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Tableau Desktop Level 1: Introduction Training


What Tableau Desktop Level 1: Introduction training is all about?

Tableau Desktop Level 1: Introduction Training is designed to help individuals develop a better understanding of the critical features of Tableau 10. This technical course familiarizes professionals with Tableau 10 new features and teaches them how to create advanced level dashboards and visualizations in Tableau. In this course, individuals will learn about preparing and cleaning data for use in Tableau and the leading practices to assess trends and make forecasts with Distributing and Clustering. Tableau Desktop Level 1: Introduction Training will guide to utilize data storytelling to help in decision making and strategy.

Our enterprise training program is best for organizations and companies. By identifying and configuring Tableau's fundamental functions, filtering data in views to creating maps, stories, and dashboards, this course introduces Tableau 10 very comprehensively. It is the first step that would bring you closer to becoming a certified Tableau Desktop Associate.

Schedule

Contact us to customize this class with your preferred dates, times and location. You can call us on 1-800-961-0337 or Chat with our representative.

What are the course objectives for Tableau Desktop Level 1: Introduction training?
  • Finding out to create dashboards and visualizations.
  • Managing, cleaning and preparing the data to find out answers for a particular question.
  • Finding out about advanced visualizations and explaining its complexities.
  • Sharing visualizations & dashboards for the cultural development.
  • Utilizing data storytelling for strategic decision-making and formulation.
  • Digging deepest data with distribution and clustering to analyze the forecasts and trends.
Who should attend Tableau Desktop Level 1: Introduction training?

This certification is recommended for IT professionals having deep in-depth knowledge about visualized data analytics. However, professionals having a brief idea about Tableau Version 9 can sign up or this training.

The target audience for this course are professionals who have globally acknowledge certification of Business Analyst and Intelligence credentials.

What is the course outline for Tableau Desktop Level 1: Introduction training?
  • 1. Creating Your First Visualizations & Dashboard
  • a). Interfacing with data
  • b). Foundation for creating visualizations
  • c). Visualizing data
  • d). Developing bar charts
  • e). Developing line charts
  • f). Developing geographic visualizations
  • g). Using ‘Show Me’
  • h). Utilizing everything in dashboard
  • 2. Working with Data in Tableau
  • a). Tableau paradigm
  • b). Managing data metadata source
  • c). Connecting to data
  • d). Working with extracts instead of live connections
  • e). Joins & blends
  • f). Tableau file types
  • g). Filtering data
  • 3. Moving from Foundational to More Advanced Visualizations
  • a). Comparing values across different dimensions
  • b). Visualizing dates and times
  • c). Relating parts of the data to the whole
  • d). Visualizing distributions
  • e). Visualizing multiple axes to compare different measures
  • 4. Using Row-Level, Aggregate & Level of Detail Calculations
  • a). Creating & editing calculations
  • b). Three types of calculations
  • c). Levels of detail calculations
  • d). Parameters
  • e). Practical examples of parameters & calculations
  • f). Impromptu estimations
  • g). Performance considerations
  • 5. Table Calculations
  • a). Table calculations – An overview
  • b). Quick table calculations
  • c). Relative v/s fixed
  • d). Scope & direction
  • e). Addressing & partitioning
  • f). Custom table calculations
  • g). Data densification
  • h). Practical examples
  • 6. Formatting a Visualization to Look Great & Work Well
  • a). Formatting considerations
  • b). Understanding how formatting works in Tableau
  • c). Adding value to visualizations
  • 7. Telling a Data Story with Dashboards
  • a). Dashboard objectives
  • b). Example
  • c). Designing for different display devices
  • d). How activities work
  • e). Example - regional scorecard
  • f). Stories
  • 8. Making Data Work for You
  • a). Data structuring for Tableau
  • b). Techniques to manage data structure issues
  • c). Advanced fixes for data problems
  • 9. Advanced Visualizations, Techniques, Tips, & Tricks
  • a). Advanced visualizations
  • b). Sheet swapping & dynamic dashboards
  • c). Using background images
  • d). Advanced mapping techniques
  • e). Animation
  • 10. Sharing Your Data Story
  • a). Presenting, exporting and printing
  • b). Sharing of Tableau Desktop &d Tableau Reader
  • c). Sharing of Tableau Server, Tableau Public & Tableau Online
  • d). Using additional distribution options of Tableau Server
FAQs

Understanding of Dashboard objectives delivers you the perfection in visualizing the Key Performance Indicators and relevant strategic data at a glance. The comprehensive snapshots of performance aspects help you plan and execute at the best.

It is a two days instructor led virtual training; each day training period is expected to be around eight hour.

Our experienced Tableau trainers guide you from start to last for getting Desktop Level 1: Introduction certification at ease. We assist you get all the course study material online and test your learned skills by self.

Yes, the Tableau Desktop Level 1: Introduction curriculum includes different case studies. The training is provided on Tableau 10 module to make you able work as Tableau Desktop professional.

You will need to register with Tableau exam provider, ‘Loyalist Exam Services’ by creating an account.