Engage your students in any subject by adding visual analytics to the syllabus. Preparing students to see and understand data is vital for their success in today’s data-driven workplace. Teaching data analytics with real-world examples is easier than ever with Tableau’s fast drag-and-drop tools.
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This visualization is an example of one your students could create to can make a data-driven narrative. Here, data from Kiva is used to show the increasing popularity of micro-lending. This viz uses Story Points to tell the stories behind these loans, turning several visualizations into a compelling narrative.
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With Tableau, your classroom will quickly identify trends and discover insights to answer questions and inspire new ones. See how other teachers and students together engaged in collaborative analysis and learning with these examples from fellow educators.
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