Tableau Certified Professional

Tableau is a powerful and fastest growing data visualization tool used in the Business Intelligence Industry. It helps in simplifying raw data into the very easily understandable format. Data analysis is very fast with Tableau and the visualizations created are in the form of dashboards and worksheets.
Over the last 2 years a number of our clients have stressed upon the importance of know a Data Visualisation Tool like Tableau. Real Time Visualisation techniques have enabled better and quicker decision making across the globe. In our case we chose Tableau. If you look carefully the Tableau Program we provide enables and equips you to sit for 3 International Certifications.

1)Desktop Specialist 2) Desktop Qualified Associate
The Syllabus and content of our Tableau I module effectively covers what is required for the above 2 certifications.
3) Desktop Certified Professional
The Syllabus and content of our Tableau II module effectively covers what is required for the above.

Main Features

  • Develop your first static dashboard and story
  • Plot multiple measures on a single chart – single axis and dual axis
  • Create dynamic dashboard
  • Learn Level of Details Expression to run complex queries involving many dimensions at the data source level
  • Narrate your business story tell with Tableau
  • Create high end graphs like gauge radial chart, gauge chart, funnel chart and others
  • Create domain based dashboards using real time data and wow your boss!

Visual analytics process

1
Describe the visual analytics process and its advantage
2
Why is there a need to visualize data
3
How visualisation helps in analysing the data
4
What are the different processes to visualize the data

Memory and processing

1
Analyze how memory is used to interpret visualizations
2
Revise visualizations to reduce cognitive load
3
Effectively use pre-attentive attributes in visualizations
4
Identify ways to design visualizations so they inform without misleading

Using chart types effectively

1
Identify the most appropriate chart types to answer specific questions
2
Identify best practices and considerations for a variety of chart types
3
Effectively use chart types to answer specific questions
4
Building different views with different types of charts
5
Using charts to visualize data

Chart Types in Tableau(Pareto Chart)

1
Enhance quality of a product/process
2
Analyze the frequency of defects in a process
3
Figure out what the most significant problem in a process
4
Presentation of the results found to the CEO

Symbol Maps

1
Analyze data geographically
2
Answer spatial questions
3
Represent quantitative values for individual locations
4
Incorporate user defined calculations and parameters to highlight the changes dynamically

Filled Maps

1
Rapidly decode latitude and longitude pairs
2
Fill locations that satisfy a certain formula
3
Territory wise representation of the dataset

Pie Chart

1
Effectively represent categorical variables divided by their numerical values
2
Convey the percentage allocation for each stratum
3
Dynamically change the share of each pie based on calculated fields
4
Multiple formatting to improve the chart visualisation

Horizontal Bars

1
Compare data across categories
2
Breaking down each bar for deeper insight
3
Creating different subgroups of the main category using grouped bar chart

Tree Map

1
Represent data in nested rectangles
2
Highlight priority sectors based on their intensities
3
Applying appropriate tooltip to each of the sections
4
Analyze the department making maximum profits/losses

Gantt Chart

1
Track completed work over time
2
Identify the processing time gaps
3
Understanding the department’s delay in work time using waterfall chart

Packed Bubble Chart

1
Detecting the departments generating the highest revenues
2
Identifying the raw materials in order of the cost incurred
3
Arranging the subsegments in the order of their importance

Wordcloud

1
Spot the frequently used words
2
Understanding the sentiments of the text gathered
3
Highlight important textual data points
4
Understanding general interests and trends among the consumers

Benfords’s Law

1
Detect frauds in financial institutions
2
Colour coordination highlights in the areas of interest

Control Charts

1
Identify the sectors exceeding the standard processing time
2
Predict expected range of outcomes from a process
3
Understanding whether a process is stable
4
Correcting problems in an ongoing process

Funnel Chart

1
Calculate potential (revenues/sales/deals) by sales
2
Check the conversion percentage of customers
3
Detect potential expenditure in each stage of production

Bump Chart

1
Understand the rank or position of a product/ region
2
Rank the orders based on their priority

Scatter Plot

1
Used for statistical purpose to see the correlation between two numerical variables
2
Formatting and dynamic calculations are possible and applicable

Statistical Calculations

1
Statistical Analysis using Superstore file
2
Z Scores, Plotting Z Scores in View
3
Correlation Coefficient calculation and plotting in a View
4
Trendlines and Residuals through Simple Linear Regression (RSq, P Value)
5
Forecasting through Time Series
6
Calculating constant, beta coefficients in linear regression

Designing dashboards and stories

1
Describe the process of designing a dashboard or story
2
Create a dashboard or story using individual sheets
3
Dashboard Formatting, titles, background, images, web menu, layout containers, titles and dynamic values
4
Device designer-designing for tablet, phone, desktop using Actions-Highlight, Filters, Url
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Enrolled: 34 students
Duration: 40 hours
Lectures: 68
Video: 9 hours
Level: Intermediate

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