Become a Tableau Developer Curriculum

Section 1: Module 1 -Tableau introduction
Tableau introduction and overview.
Tableau Architecture
What is tableau desktop, work book, worksheets and their usage
Overview of Tableau Interface and show how to connect data source, in-memory
Section 2: Module 2 –Filters/Parameters
Define filters – global filters
Explain sorting computed and manual sorting
Define groups, sets, calculated fields, parameters.
Explain graphs and its views.
Section 3: Module 3 -Graphs/Map
Define what is graphs and views
Define bar charts, line charts, individual axis, blended axis, dual axis.
Define scatter plot, pie chart and bar chart.
Define maps-filled maps, maps pie chart, heat map, tree map and page shell
Section 4: Module 4 -Table Calculation
Introduction to graph and view
What is context filter
What is Table calculation
Section 5: Module 5 -Aggregating data
Define aggregating and dis aggregating data
Explain reference line and trend lines.
Define graphs and views- small and multiple, explain string function.
Define table calculation, aggregating and disaggregating data, forecasting.
Define drop lines, summary card
Define annotation, mark labels, formatting.
Define string function, date function and logical function
Section 6: Module 6 -DashBoards
Explain forecasting
Describing the views.
Working with date function
Explain dashboards
What is actions
How to create a dashboard.
How to perform navigation in dashboards.
Section 7: Module 7 – Data Blending
Define data blending.
Explain joins
Section 8: Module 8 -R connectivity with Tableau
What is R Package
Benefits of Using R
Limitations of R
Tableau Integration With R
Using R Scripts in Tableau
Visualize Relations
Results Presentation
Lowe r& Upper Bounds
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