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You can connect to data in a few clicks, then visualize and create interactive dashboards with a few more. Shift fluidly between views, following your natural train of thought. You’re not stuck in wizards or bogged down writing scripts. You just create beautiful, rich data visualizations and gain insight when you need it quickly and easily. Analyzing data with other tools can be slow, frustrating and limited. Tableau equips you to:

Use a drag & drop approach for visual analysis that is easy and fast

Explore data iteratively to ask and answer questions as you go

Create interactive charts and reports that let you drill-down in real-time for answers

See trends & outliers you can’t identify in spreadsheets or basic chart

Analyze as much data as your project requires

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Virtual Environments
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  • Tableau’s products operate in virtualized environments when they are configured with the proper underlying operating system and hardware.

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  • Our products are Unicode-enabled and compatible with data stored in any language. The interface and documentation are in English, French, German, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, and Simplified Chinese.

Tableau products put incredibly powerful reporting and analytical tools in the hands of operating people—- people who know their business and who can, given insightful information, make better decisions.

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