Best of the Tableau Web... November 2012

By Andy Cotgreave 2012/11/28

At the end of each month, I will pull together a collection of links to the most relevant, innovative and interesting Tableau-related content I come across. If you follow me on Twitter (@acotgreave) you'll find these as I find them. This series is inspired by Andy Kirk's wonderful monthly visualisation round ups.

VizWiz - Dynamic Server pages in Powerpoint - Tableau tipsCNN Money - Interview with Tableau co-founder Pat Hanrahan - articleTableau Friction - a script to pull images out of a TWB file - Tableau hacksTableau Friction - Fallacious oversimplicity, and why Tableau is great for exploration - Tableau ZenVizWiz - URL filtering with Tableau Server - Tableau tipsThe Information Lab - Using Tableau Public to learn Tableau - Tableau tipsThe Data Studio - Analyse your Facebook data in Tableau - Tableau tipsTableau Community - Shawn Wallwork shows how to extend Urban Mapping functionality - Tableau hacksTableau Community - Forums Weekly Digest #2 - a review of what's going on on the forums - Tableau tipsFonseca Data Science - Improving YOY dashboards using Hidden data - Tableau tipsTableau Friction - All the colour values Tableau uses - Tableau tipsDataRemixed - Ben Jones reviews our Tableau Customer Conference in San Diego - articleJon B's Admissions Weblog - Tableau and Idea Blocks - articleTableau Community - Shawn Wallwork shows how to change map layer opacity - Tableau hacksFonseca Data Science - Using Tableau Public for conversations with data - articleInterworks - using Table Calcs to hide parts of a Viz - Tableau tipsDrawing with Numbers - reflections on being a Tableau Zen Master - articleInterworks - An intro to some of the new features coming in Tableau v8 - articleTableau Friction - a preview of a Ruby scripting tool to analyse how your dashboards are built - Tableau hacksThe Information Lab - Why is my dashboard so slow? - Tableau tips
Did you write something interesting this month and I missed it? Let me know on Twitter (@acotgreave) and I'll add you to next month's and also be sure to subscribe to your blog's RSS feed.
I'm going to try and do this every month. Don't expect links to Tableau Public vizualisations - Viz of the Day is for that. The list above is a digest of the conversations about Tableau.
(The blog thumbnail is by Flickr User Jelene.)

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