“At Tableau, we believe that empowering people to unleash their creative genius is the most important goal which drives modern analytics strategy.” So says Tableau CEO Christian Chabot in his keynote to open the 2014 Tableau Conference to an audience of data analysts, engineers, investors and journalists.
At the Tableau Conference this year, we'll be highlighting many #WomenInData, including featured speakers on the big stage, customers and Tableau employees delivering countless sessions, and many of you. Are you a woman in data? We invite you to join us at the Women in Data Meetup on Tuesday at Conference.
We're calling out to everyone to get involved in our TC14 Photo Contest. "Wait, what? How can I get involved?" It's simple. Here's what and how you can be smack in the middle of this social media frenzy...
If you’ve been using Tableau for awhile, you know that it is your feedback that helps us improve. We really love that our customers push us to improve our products. Keep your ideas coming!
We often have the opportunity to give feedback to industry analysts as well. You may already be familiar with these folks because you’ve participated in their research before (i.e. Gartner’s Magic Quadrant survey for Business Intelligence platforms).
Thanks to everyone who joined us this morning for the first-ever Tableau Conference tweetup! Conference vets Matt Francis (@Matt_Francis) and Emily Kund (@emily1852) took the helm of the @tableau twitter account to answer questions from #data14 newbies.
I am pleased to announce that Tableau and Informatica are launching new direct integrations between our products with the aim of bringing together best-in-class data integration paired with rich visual analytic capabilities.
Here at Tableau, we are so often blown away by the dedication of customers in our community. Tableau User Groups (TUGs for short) are the perfect example. Our User Groups are organically formed communities that meet throughout the year to share best practices and Tableau experiences. We have geographical, industry and company-specific TUGs meeting all over the globe.
The voting is over, and we're thrilled to announce the three winners of our Viz as Art contest. If you're coming to the 2014 Tableau Conference, make sure to make your way over to Community (TCC Level 3), where you'll be able to screen print one of their designs on a t-shirt, tote bag, or flatstock poster to take home with you as a souvenir.
First time going to the Tableau Conference? Just getting your feet wet with Tableau? With over 5,000 Tableau customers attending, we know there are bound to be a few newbies. Don’t worry. We've got a lot of learning opportunities meant just for you.
Destination Data is right around the corner, and to help you navigate conference, we’re supplying you with the Data14 app, the official guide to the 2014 Tableau Conference that will fit in your pocket (and the palm of your hand).
Browse the conference agenda, create your personal schedule, connect via social during presentations, and get all the details about parties, meetups, plus everything else available to you the week of conference. It’s also where you will be able to provide us with valuable feedback on how we can keep improving your conference experience.
Game On! Gamify your conference experience by networking with speakers, sponsors, and fellow data lovers (including Tableau employees!) and you could win cool Tableau swag or a free ticket to TC15!
SXSW is global-scale film, music and interactive festival where people from every corner of the world gather to learn and to be inspired. This year's festival includes session submissions from world-class brands that have transformed their business with Tableau. We also have some of our very own Tabloids (Tableau employees) sharing their know-how on visual analytics. Check out these proposals below and vote for your favorites here: http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/
The polls are officially open for the Destination Data Viz as Art contest.
We called all data artists to submit their most creative, most beautiful Tableau masterpieces (while not necessarily focusing on data analysis—this time) and received 70 amazing entries. Thanks to everyone who participated! Below are the 10 finalists (in no particular order). Click on the titles to view the original viz on Tableau Public.
Voting is taking place exclusively on Twitter, and the three entries that collect the most hashtag mentions (from unique Twitter users) will be turned into screen prints at Tableau Conference in Seattle next month!
We know the first thing you think of when you think of Seattle is our killer fashion style.
We live in a land best known for fleece and flannel; “grunge” was the “fashion” movement that put Seattle on the scene. On any given day you’ll see more Keens and Merrels than Jimmy Choos or Louboutins. Going out to a nice restaurant (Oh, what? We did a blog on where to eat in Seattle? We sure did.)? There’s good money you’ll still see some North Face fleece there—but hey, maybe someone wore their “nice” fleece instead of their “everyday” fleece.