Our new developer APIs are not quite as obvious as some Tableau 10 features, but they enable some pretty cool product integrations that we think you’ll like! In this post, I’m going to talk about an integration that enables something called natural language generation (NLG) which can extend the impact of your Tableau visualizations.
The release of Tableau 10 was the most community-driven release in Tableau history. From the Tableau 10 Virtual User Group to the Tableau Torch Relay, to Tableau 10 Live, you, our amazing community, have been with us every step of the way.
When Tableau 10 launched, we asked you to share the stories of your own Tableau journey. Here are some of your stories and #Tableau10 moments as curated by Tableau Social Media Ambassadors.
The Tableau Torch Relay has come to a close, and man, what a journey it was! From Seattle to New York and across the Atlantic, the torch made 10 stops in all, and ended its journey with a wrap party in London. And three of the torchbearers were there to celebrate with the London Tableau community.
Throughout this series, we've been exploring admission rates at the University of California in Berkeley. In 1973, the overall graduate-school admission rates for men and women appeared to be biased toward men. But when looked at in more detail, the trend shifted the other direction. In four of the six largest departments, there were proportionately more women admitted than men.
The National Park Service turns 100 this year. Let's take a look back and see how this agency has impacted our lives.
Now that you know what a Marimekko chart is and when it’s most useful, it’s now time to learn how to build it in Tableau.
A Marimekko chart is a two-dimensional stacked chart of stacked, contiguous bars—looking somewhat like a Marimekko fabric. Marimekko charts combine visual pop with information—the eye captures two levels of information as it admires the colorful pattern the chart creates.
We’ve decided it’s time to broaden our leadership team. I’m thrilled to share Adam Selipsky will join Tableau as our new CEO. Adam has spent more than a decade building Amazon Web Services from its inception. He’s been part of the leadership team that established AWS as the indisputable market leader in cloud platforms. Adam will start his new role on September 16, and we’re excited to further our mission under his leadership.
National Grid powers 3.5 million customers in New York, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts. But until this year, the utility’s enterprise analytics strategy wasn’t effectively empowering its 25,000 team members.
One great new feature in Tableau 10 is clustering. What was once only available to people who could use complex statistical tools can now be done with a drag and a drop.
I know my mean from my mode and what a normal distribution looks like, but like many of our customers, I’m no statistical expert. I wanted to answer a simple question: What exactly is clustering and why would you use it?
Earlier this week, Tableau released the much-anticipated Tableau 10. The team here at AtScale, being both big-data geeks and data-visualization nerds, has been eager to see how some of the great new features work with our business interface for Hadoop. We’ve been thrilled so far, and thought it would be nice to share some of the features we are most excited about.
In Tableau 10, we’ve improved both the beauty and brains of Tableau. We’ve added dozens and dozens of new features to make your analysis faster, easier, and even more delightful.
Here are ten features that are specifically designed to empower your entire enterprise.
There's something special about the number ten. Sure, it's only got one more digit than nine, but that digit makes a world of difference.
Tableau 10 is big! It's an exciting milestone for us, and we couldn't have gotten there without you, our incredible community.
Tableau 10 is here! And thanks to your ideas, it’s one of our best releases yet.
There are dozens and dozens of new features in Tableau 10, and many of them started as ideas from you, the community.
You’ve connected to data, created some views, placed them on a dashboard, and now it’s time to share. Before you do, have you considered who you are sharing your dashboard with? Check out these tips and tricks for using device designer (new in Tableau 10!) to let your data shine on phone, tablet, and more.
Judah Bausili has always enjoyed catching Pokémon, but he hasn’t always been discerning about the types he caught. And that’s where Ben, his data-minded dad who happens to work for Tableau Gold Partner InterWorks, saw an opportunity.
Last January, we decided it was time to move beyond the limited set of faces available to most users. Like with the new color palettes in Tableau 10, we wanted to go all-in to create the best typeface possible. This led us to partner with Tobias Frere-Jones, a world-class designer with over 700 typefaces too his name.
Fellow data lovers, here’s your chance to be Tableau famous: Send us your best design idea for our new Tableau User Group t-shirt!
We all want to see and understand our data—and fast. So I thought I'd share 10 Tableau shortcuts to help save you time.