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Tableau Certification Preparation Guide

So many of my friends are preparing for DESKTOP 9 QUALIFIED ASSOCIATE-Exam but there are very few questions which are available over the internet. Everyone is struggling and finding it difficult to prepare for the exam. While doing my research I stumbled across one website ( ) which contains some sample tableau certification questions which will surely help you to prepare for Examination.


10 Reasons to Join the Tableau 10 Beta

Spring is in the air. You know what else is in the air? The sweet smell of the Tableau 10 beta.Tableau 10 beta is now available. Tableau 10 includes a brand new look and feel, and a host of new features to help you prep, analyze, and share your insights even faster.


How to create a Square Tile grid map in Tableau

These days Choropleth has gained popularity — specially tile grid map. In this article, we are going to create a square Choropleth map which has become very popular nowadays. These are maps, where areas are shaded according to a prearranged key, each shading or color type representing a range of values. In this version, the map areas are reduced to a uniform size and shape (typically a square) and the tiles are arranged to roughly approximate their real-world geographic locations. Don’t you think, this is a great idea as it allows for a smaller national map that still preserves the overall location & region and maximizes overall information?


How to create Radial Bar Charts in Tableau

Radial bar chart is a variation of a pie. Like a pie chart, a radial bar chart shows the relationship of parts to a whole, but a radial bar chart can contain sub categories for each part of the whole. Each category in the data series that is being plotted in a radial bar chart, gets a different color and all the subcategories are given the same color.


Interpretations of Histogram in Tableau

This article explains the concept of Histogram and its use which will help us to analyze extremely large datasets by reducing them to a single graph that can show primary peaks in data as well as give a visual representation of the statistical significance of those peaks.Histograms provide insight in the number of values contained within a specific range of values.When you are unsure what to do with a large set of measurements presented in a table, you can use a Histogram to organize and display the data in a more user friendly format.


Addressing and Partitioning in Tableau

Before and After Addressing

Addressing and partitioning are very similar to scope and direction but are most often used to describe how table calculations are computed with absolute reference to certain fields in the view. With addressing and partitioning, you can define which dimensions in the view define the partition (scope) and which dimensions define the addressing (direction).Addressing and partitioning is a slightly confusing theory in Tableau. However, it is very important for a Tableau developer to understand the concept of addressing and partitioning in order to understand how all the calculations are performed in Tableau.