Tableau Releases Tableau Public 8.0 with New Features to Help Anyone Tell Better Stories with Data on the Web
Free application includes all of the new analytical and visualization features of Tableau 8.0 product suite
Fecha de publicación: 28 Marzo, 2013 - 06:00
“We have updated Tableau Public with the same Tableau 8.0 features that make it easier for people to share useful and beautiful visualizations on the web,” said Chris Stolte, Chief Development Officer and co-founder Tableau Software. “We want to improve public information, on the public web, for the public good. These improvements will continue to transform the way people tell stories with data.”
New Tableau Public 8.0 features include:
•Freeform dashboards: Place a view, legend or filter anywhere on a dashboard with Tableau Public’s simple drag-and-drop functionality.
•Visual analytics: Improved sets, groups and forecasting capabilities extend the analytical depth of the application.
•New view types: Treemaps and bubble charts show all your data at a glance, and allow for new ways to spot patterns and exceptions.
•Improved speed: The rendering engine completely rewritten for performance, even for big data at interactive speeds. In-browser rendering allows for instantaneously responsive interaction with the data.
Tableau released the 8.0 update of the rest of its product suite earlier this month after nearly 4,000 customers put the new creative and collaborative features to the test as part of its beta program. More information about Tableau Public 8.0 can be found at http://www.tableau.com/public/.
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