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If you think your degree or that internship is giving you an edge, just try adding Tableau software to your skill set. Regardless of your career path, understanding and utilizing data is becoming critical for success in the workplace. Tableau’s easy drag-and-drop analytics tools are the résumé booster you’ve been waiting for.

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Learn how one student got ahead with Tableau Desktop and landed his first job.

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“I am using Tableau for my thesis project. Specifically I am working with sentiment analysis of tweets and how it relates to the weather. I have committed to using Tableau for the analysis of my results. The product is amazing, it is so intuitive. I will now be able to do things with my project that I thought I would not have time for, so I am grateful for the academic program”

Steven Zimmerman – University of Essex – United Kingdom

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“I liked how easy it was to just drag and drop properties that I wanted to visualize, as well as selecting different forms of visualization (bubbles, bar charts, etc). This allowed me to quickly do sophisticated exploratory analysis of a dataset and generate attractive figures for presentation at the same time.”

Brandon Turner – University of Oxford – United Kingdom

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See what you can create

With Tableau, you’ll not only analyze data faster, but you’ll also create interactive visualizations, identify trends and discover new insights. You’ll be answering your own questions as fast as you can think of them. See how others transformed their data from numbers on a spreadsheet to informative presentations in these dashboards from the Tableau Visualization Gallery.

A 1-year license of Tableau Desktop is free for full-time students, and offers many support resources to help you see and understand your data.

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