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Joins and Blending in Tableau

Data joining is a basic requirement in any data analysis. Data we often use in Tableau is taken from different sources which is present in the form of tables. If you want to combine two tables we have to use joins using specific fields known as columns. Joining is a method in which we join two or many tables using common fields. The result of combining tables is a virtual table which helps us analyze data easily. Tableau provides this feature to join data by using data pane feature available under edit data source in data menu.


Learning Tableau without getting lost in the jungle of Tableau’s features

Data Visualization is the art of presenting data in a manner in which even a non-analyst can understand. A perfect blend of aesthetic elements such as colors, dimensions, and labels can create visual masterpieces, revealing surprising business insights which can help businesses to make informed decisions.


What Makes an Effective Tableau KPI Dashboard?

An effective and visually engaging way of presenting the main figures in a dashboard is to build a KPI belt by combining text, visual cues, and icons. By using KPI dashboards, organizations can access their success indicators in real time and make informed decisions that bring closer to achieving long-term goals.Business heads often use KPI tracking dashboards that provide a quick overview of their company’s performance and well-being.


Tableau for Marketing: Become a Segmentation Sniper

Do you know that Netflix has over 76,000 genres to categorize its movie and tv shows database? I am sure this must be as shocking to you as this was to me when I read about it first. Genres, rather micro-genres, could be as granular as “Asian_English_Mother-Son-Love_1980.” This is the level of granularity to which Netflix has segmented its product offerings, which is movies and shows.