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One Professor’s Story
Learn how Chon Abraham, Associate Professor, Mason School of Business, is helping her students learn Tableau and get relevant internships.
Data isn’t going anywhere. Companies are hiring for analytical skills to tackle big data in every industry.
Spend less time teaching software and more time helping your students find deep analytical insights.
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Tableau Desktop: drag-and-drop visual analytics
Analysis at the speed of thought
Tableau is designed to support how people think. Leverage natural ability to spot visual patterns quickly. See the drag-and-drop analytics solution built for speed and ease of use.
The State of Data Education in 2016
Tableau conducted a year-long study to catalogue the state of analytics education in the United States. The study looks at which higher education institutions offer analytics programs, and how the landscape is changing in response to the heightened demand for analytics skills in the marketplace.Read the full report
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