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Tableau Courses

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TABD01G – Tableau Desktop I: Fundamentals – (In-Classroom)

This course allows students to build a solid foundation in Tableau, regardless of technical or analytical background. Students will learn how to navigate the interface and examine the core concepts and techniques in Tableau. Students will explore how to create simple and complex visualizations and how to combine them in interactive dashboards. At the end of the course, students will be able to understand Tableau technology, along with how to easily connect to their data through the interface and create powerful visualizations. Students will create basic calculations including basic arithmetic calculations, custom aggregations and ratios, date math, and quick table calculations.

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  • In-class

TABD01G – Tableau Desktop I: Fundamentals – (Live Virtual Classroom)

This course allows students to build a solid foundation in Tableau, regardless of technical or analytical background. Students will learn how to navigate the interface and examine the core concepts and techniques in Tableau. Students will explore how to create simple and complex visualizations and how to combine them in interactive dashboards. At the end of the course, students will be able to understand Tableau technology, along with how to easily connect to their data through the interface and create powerful visualizations. Students will create basic calculations including basic arithmetic calculations, custom aggregations and ratios, date math, and quick table calculations.

Duration: Depending on your particular class, it will either run 2.5 hours daily instruction for five days or 3 hours daily instruction over four days.

  • Instructor Led Online

TABD02G – Tableau Desktop II: Intermediate – (In-Classroom)

This course allows students to expand their skills and distinguish themselves as a Tableau power user. Students will learn how to build advanced chart types and visualizations, as well as complex calculations to manipulate their data. This course is designed for students who want to take their understanding up a level and implement statistical techniques, advanced geographical mapping techniques, and build better dashboards using techniques for guided analytics and best visualization practices.

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  • In-class

TABD02G – Tableau Desktop II: Intermediate – (Live Virtual Classroom)

This course allows students to expand their skills and distinguish themselves as a Tableau power user. Students will learn how to build advanced chart types and visualizations, as well as complex calculations to manipulate their data. This course is designed for students who want to take their understanding up a level and implement statistical techniques, advanced geographical mapping techniques, and build better dashboards using techniques for guided analytics and best visualization practices.

Duration: Depending on your particular class, it will either run 2.5 hours daily instruction for five days or 3 hours daily instruction over four days.

  • Instructor Led Online

TABD03G – Tableau Desktop III: Advanced – (In-Classroom)

This course teaches students how to get the most out of Tableau Desktop by dividing calculations and applying them to real world scenarios. Students will learn how to artfully prepare and organize their visualizations, and understand when a table calculation, calculation or LOD should be used and when they overlap. By the end of the course, students will have a better grasp of advanced building techniques and calculations to address common business use cases and format their visualizations and dashboards for maximum impact.

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  • In-class

TABD03G – Tableau Desktop III: Advanced – (Live Virtual Classroom)

This course teaches students how to get the most out of Tableau Desktop by dividing calculations and applying them to real world scenarios. Students will learn how to artfully prepare and organize their visualizations, and understand when a table calculation, calculation or LOD should be used and when they overlap. By the end of the course, students will have a better grasp of advanced building techniques and calculations to address common business use cases and format their visualizations and dashboards for maximum impact.

Duration: 2.5 hours per day over 5 days

  • Instructor Led Online

TABD12G – Tableau Desktop I & II: Accelerated

This course is designed to make power users out of absolute beginners. If you need your team seeing and understanding your data in the shortest time possible this course is for you. It combines topics from both the Tableau Desktop I and II courses into a caffeine-fuelled, 3-day data marathon.

  • In-class

TABP1G – Tableau Prep I – (In-Classroom)

This course is designed to provide student with the tools and knowledge of how to prepare and shape data in Tableau Prep. It’s best suited for students who have 3-6 months experience in Tableau Desktop and are somewhat familiar with writing calculations. Throughout the course, instructor will take you from conceptual data preparation material to creating useful Tableau Prep flows that can be output to Tableau Desktop for analysis.

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  • In-class

TABP1G – Tableau Prep I – (Live Virtual Classroom)

This course is designed to provide student with the tools and knowledge of how to prepare and shape data in Tableau Prep. It’s best suited for students who have 3-6 months experience in Tableau Desktop and are somewhat familiar with writing calculations. Throughout the course, instructor will take you from conceptual data preparation material to creating useful Tableau Prep flows that can be output to Tableau Desktop for analysis.

Duration: Five days virtual classroom instruction.

  • Instructor Led Online

TABS05G – Tableau Server Administration – (In-Classroom)

This course provides and in-depth coverage of Tableau Server Administration, where students will learn the knowledge and skills to administer a Tableau Server installation, including managing content, users and permissions. Students will also learn how to upgrade a single-server installation to a new version, as well as modifying the authentication method, and monitor the server status.

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  • In-class