Who is this class for: This course is primary targeted for newcomers to data visualization with no prior experience using Tableau.


Created by:   University of California, Davis

  • Suk S. Brar, M.B.A.

    Taught by:    Suk S. Brar, M.B.A., Lead Business Consultant

    Blue Shield of California

  • Govind Acharya

    Taught by:    Govind Acharya, Principal Analyst

    Budget and Institutional Analysis
Basic Info
LevelBeginner
Commitment4 weeks of study, 3-5 hours/week
Language
English
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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4.3 stars
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 of 247 ratings

Good course, easy to follow.

Good intro

Excellent course. Very help full to understand the visualization basic by using Tableau.

The course covers all of the relevant parts, however it does not go deep enough. It is highly recommended for complete beginners, but not for those who already have some knowledge in the field.

In particular, more content should have been provided for the following topics:

(1) Data connections, e.g. include a real example for connecting to odata and web data connector, also create a sheet with the data;

(2) The context of data visualisation (who, what, how, big idea), e.g. walk though two additional examples in different fields.

I particularly appreciated:

(i) The historical introduction (and I would have liked to read more about this)

(ii) Live Connection vs Tableau Data Extract

(iii) How to prepare an Excel sheet for import

(iv) The strategy for making a story (but as I said, this is partial)