Welcome to the final 2013 Best of Tableau Web, looking back at December's blogging content. For those of you who aren't yet blogging, I hope they inspire you to start. January's the right time to start: it's the Tableau Public Blogging Month! As always you can follow me on twitter (@acotgreave) if you want to hear about these posts the moment they are published.
- Drawing with Numbers Building Life in Tableau – by Noah Salvaterra
- Wannabe Awesome Me Identity Crisis [I really recommend you read this one - it's a great thought piece - Andy]
- Data Jedi Ninja Quality Father and Son (and Tableau) time
- The Information Lab Localisation in Tableau
- Drawing with Numbers Not a funnel cake, nor funnel charts, it’s funnel plots!
- The Information Lab Tableau file types and extensions -
- The Vizioneer Using Tableau for your next PowerPoint Deck
- InterWorks, Inc. Three Underused Features of Tableau 8 and 8.1
- The Information Lab Understanding Table Calcs using Index(
- VizWiz Tableau tip: Don’t waste the ends of your sparklines…make them actionable!
Tableau use cases
- Eye See Data FIFA World Cup History
- Jewel Loree » Pop Viz: America’s Regional Tastes
- Mike Ditka A Look Back On A Chicago Bears Legend
- OpenBI My Kids are Too Sweet & Too Salty
- Tableau Love #Tableau Server XML Information Files: The Master Class - Part 2
- Tableau Love #Tableau Server XML Information Files: The Master Class - Part 3
- Customizing the Tableau Server experience (Part 1.5)
- Drawing with Numbers Comparing Each Against Each Other: The No-SQL Cross Product
- Ryan Robitaille Connecting Tableau to ElasticSearch (READ: How to query ElasticSearch with Hive SQL and Hadoop)
- See-Change Solutions Pty Ltd Connecting Tableau to SAS Datasets via the SAS OLE DB Provider :
That should keep you going for another month. Let me know what you think and how we can improve these lists on twitter (@acotgreave).
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