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Tableau Desktop Level 2: Intermediate Training


What Tableau Desktop Level 2: Intermediate training is all about?

Tableau Desktop Level 2: Intermediate Training contains a detailed overview of the more complex features of Tableau. It helps professionals who have a fundamental knowledge of Tableau gain more advanced information and become a Tableau power user. This technical course will take your Tableau skills to the next level and teach you how to deal with more complex issues. It teaches you to develop complicated calculations to manipulate your data and the correct methods to utilize statistical techniques to assess your data.

You will learn to use input controls and parameters to provide users access over specific values and implement the leading geographic mapping methodologies and custom geocoding to develop spatial visualizations of non-geographic information. This program covers all the essential elements, including using data blending to combine data sources, and utilizes joins to build better-developed dashboards, making it ideal for individuals who are preparing for the Tableau Qualified Associate Exam.

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 2: Intermediate training?
  • How to learn and develop a worksheet demonstrating the left time-over for any particular task.
  • How to learn and recreating the star schema utilizing Tableau data warehouse.
  • How to learn and combination diversified parameters and I calculations of sets.
  • How to learn and create customized polygons and develop area code maps.
  • Analyzing outcomes of advanced charting techniques & analytics.
  • How to learn and utilize PowerPoint or Tableau.
  • Learn building and exporting Tableau dashboard to Microsoft PowerPoint.
Who should attend Tableau Desktop Level 2: Intermediate training?

The target audience for this training are business intelligence professionals having in-depth interest in visualized data analytics. However, the primary audience for this course are Business Analyst professionals and Data Analysts proficient in Tableau Version 9 because of unique Tableau 10 advanced features.

On the other hand, if you want to achieve advanced data analytical skills covering globally acknowledge certifications likewise Tableau Desktop Level 1: Introduction certification goal and Tableau Desktop Level 2: Intermediate certification goal.

What is the course outline for Tableau Desktop Level 2: Intermediate training?
  • 1. Getting Up to Speed – a Review of the Basics
  • a). Tableau universe
  • b). Tableau interface & terminology
  • c). Worksheet & dashboard creation
  • d). Connecting Tableau to database
  • e). Measurement of Names and Values
  • f). Tableau concepts
  • 2. All about Data – Getting Your Data Ready
  • a). Understanding Tableau's data-handling engine
  • b). Data-mining & knowledge-discovery models
  • c). CRISP-DM
  • d). Data preparation
  • 3. Data Joins, Blends, and Structures
  • a). About joins
  • b). Complex joins
  • c). Data structures
  • d). Data blending
  • 4. All about Data – Data Densification, Cubes, and Big Data
  • a). About data densification
  • b). Working with cubes
  • c). Tableau and big data
  • 5. Table Calculations
  • a). Definition & questions
  • b). Function and capacity
  • c). Application of functions
  • 6. Advanced Chart Types beyond the Basic Types
  • a). Custom background images
  • b). Improving visualizations
  • 7. Mapping
  • a). Extending Tableau mapping capabilities with Tableau techniques
  • b). Extending Tableau mapping with other innovative technologies
  • 8. Tableau for Presentations
  • a). Getting the best Tableau images
  • b). Implanting Tableau into PowerPoint
  • c). Embedding Tableau in PowerPoint
  • d). Animating Tableau
  • e). Story Points dashboards for presentations
  • 9. Visualization Best Practices & Dashboard Design
  • a). Visualization designing theory
  • b). Dashboard designing
  • c). Sheets selection
  • 10. Improving Performance
  • a). Performance recording dashboard
  • b). Single Data Source - Joining & Blending
  • c). Hardware and on-the-fly techniques
  • d). Working with data sources
  • e). Using filters wisely
  • f). Intelligent extracts
  • g). Additional performance parameters
  • h). Efficient calculations
  • 11. Interacting with Tableau Server
  • a). Tableau Server architecture
  • b). Tableau file types
  • c). User filters
  • d). Server revision history
  • e). Server web authoring environment
  • f). Accessing server performance recording dashboard
FAQs

Yes. You have six months period to appear in Tableau Desktop Level 2: Intermediate exam after the date of registration. Don’t wait until the last minute because there are no refunds on expired certification exams.

Yes. Instructions for rescheduling are emailed to you but you should reschedule your exam no later than 24 hours before the scheduled exam time.

Yes, you can. You learn and practice it during the module ‘eight’ session termed as ‘Tableau for Presentations’.

Data visualization designing is not about displaying the data; it is about the displaying data in a way you and others can comprehend it easily. During the 6th module of Tableau Desktop Level 2: Intermediate certification training, you learn all the tricks to improve Tableau designing for custom visualizations.

Hands-on experience of using Tableau products as per gained insights from Tableau Desktop Level 1: Introduction is critical for getting Tableau Desktop Level 2: Intermediate certification at ease.