December 10, 2019

In this video, Bernard explores how to create your first basic view in Tableau. Whereby, a Tableau view might be a graph, chart, map or even a text table.

In Tableau, there are different ways to create views.

  • Dragging fields from the data pane window to the shelves a...

December 7, 2019

In this video, Bernard explores the various ways you can connect data to Tableau. Before you can build your view and analyze your data, you MUST first connect Tableau to your data.

With Tableau you can quickly and easily connect to a large variety of data sources stored...

December 5, 2019

Tableau prep comprises of two products; Tableau builder and Tableau conductor. Tableau prep builder helps you quickly combine, shape and clean data for analysis (building flows) while Tableau prep conductor helps you schedule, monitor and manage flow across your organi...

December 1, 2019

If you are familiar with research field, then you should know what Likert scale is. Likert scale is a type of rating scale used to measure attitudes or opinions in research. With this scale, respondents are asked to rate items on a level of agreement.

An example of a fi...

November 26, 2019

Tableau desktop is no doubt one of the leaders in business intelligence industry according to market research firm – Gartner. With an intuitive interface (drag and drop interface) and a host of features and capabilities for authoring dashboards.

Like other data visualiz...

November 21, 2019

Sorting data is the process of arranging data into meaningful form for proper data interpretation. This could be as simple as sorting products in descending order by profit (case of a retail sector) to help users easily spot the top performing products from the others.


November 16, 2019


Tableau data source is the link between your data and Tableau. After connecting data to Tableau, all the configurations that you set up at the data source page before beginning your analysis make up the data source which Tableau uses to interpret and intera...

November 9, 2019

Level of detail expressions (also known as LOD expressions) allow you to compute values at the data source level and the visualization level, giving you more control on the level of granularity you want to compute.

Types of LOD Expressions

There are three types of LOD ex...

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