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Speak to the Eyes through Data Visualization – Simple Lessons with Tableau

The way we understand and interpret information in our respective business environments is no different than in other contexts - we do this visually. Yet making your data convey the message you intend is a tricky exercise – there are so many different attributes and aspects to a chart or a graph that it is often difficult to know where to start.

Join Actinvision and Tableau for a 30 minute webinar where you will learn how to maximize the hidden value within your data by using Tableau’s intuitive interface and dataviz best practice engine. At the end of our session we hope you will be as convinced as we are – and William Playfair was – that “the best way to capture the imagination is to speak to the eyes”.

In this webinar you will discover:

  • The Actinvision/Tableau partnership and approach
  • The fundamentals of Tableau
  • Creating simple analytics and visualizations in a few clicks
  • Using Rows/Columns and Marks to emphasize the data that is important to you
  • Leveraging Views, Dashboards and Storytelling

Sobre os palestrantes

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Martin Lee

Co-founder, Actinvision

Martin is in charge of Sales and International Markets at Actinvision. During his career he has worked with companies such as AccorHotels or Engie Cofely on their Tableau deployments. He is also the Practice Manager for Actinvision’s “engage people” offer, to help organizations better implement self-service BI solutions by helping them foster their internal analytics culture and apply data visualization best practices. A Brit living in a Franco-Germanic world, Martin finds solace in watching rugby, avoiding conversations about football, and drinking unreasonable amounts of tea and coffee.

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Salvatore Carrubba

Account Manager, Tableau Software
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Michele Tessari

Product Consultant, Tableau

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