In my day job, I’m the customer story writer for Tableau. That means I spend most of my time hearing from customers across the globe about how they use Tableau.
One of my favorite things to hear about is how a customer went from their first trial download to becoming an experienced Tableau jockey. Almost every single customer mentions “the Tableau community” as a key part of this journey.
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From the forums to Twitter to the Reddit /r/tableau subgroup—the Tableau community is absolutely filled with people ready, willing, and able to help other users. It’s something I got to see for myself this month as I read through dozens of thoughtful, insightful—and above all, helpful!—entries.
Beyond the Basics
Tableau Love: What’s new in maps in 8.2.4
Interworks Blog: Creating multi-state buttons in Tableau
Tableau Tinkering: Tinkering With Custom Percentile Bins
Gravy Anecdote: Tableau Design Month, Post 12 of 12: The Big Recap
Tableau Public: Pimp My Viz
Interworks Blog: Designing a Classic Timeline in Tableau
Tableau Tinkering: Tinkering with ‘ALL’ and ‘None’ in Titles
Lines, Tree Graphs, and Bar Charts, Oh My: Neighborhood Trick or Treat Analysis (Sweet Viz!)
Mario Talavera Writes: Using Threshold Analysis to Discover Emerging Crime Trends In Orlando
Interworks Blog: What League of Legends Tweets Can Tell Us about Market Opportunities
Datablick: How Far Can NY Taxi Data Take You?
Data + Science: Building a Dynamic Sankey Diagram made of Polygons in Tableau