The way we do business is changing - big data is transforming how we work and how we think. Organizations that fail to adapt risk being left behind. Data visualizations tools like Tableau are now more important than ever. With Kubicle's Tableau for Data Visualization learning plan, business professionals can gain a competitive edge in an increasingly data driven world.
Kubicle's Tableau plan combines flexibility with precision by applying principles of microlearning and adaptive technology. Our platform ensures that learners stay focused on the skills that matter to them, no matter what level they started at. Bitesize, personalized lessons aid retention and help manage time, while performance dashboards motivate learners, monitor progress and demonstrate real learning ROI.
If you're looking to develop data visualization skills for your organization, this plan is for you.
This Tableau course will show learners how to connect datasets to Tableau, understand the user interface, create interactive visualisations and how to save and distribute work.
Tableau has many excellent visualization options for data, from simple bar charts to interactive maps and box-plots. In this course, we will step through each type of visualization, learning how and when to use them.
Filters, sets and groups enable users to create custom lists and calculations that isolate specific subsets of data. Filters also create great interactive elements on dashboards.
Tableau has its own calculation language that thankfully, is similar to SQL and Excel. In this course, we will write some basic formulas in the Tableau Calculation Language, incorporating the most useful in-built functions such as LOOKUP() and WINDOWSUM().
In our second course on Tableau formulas, we learn how to use logical functions, such as AND, IF and OR. In the second part of this course we also examine text, time and date functions and how they are best used in Tableau.
In Tableau, it can be difficult to combine different levels of granularity in a single view. Level of Detail (LOD) Expressions solve this problem but do require some practice to master.
Tableau's ability to combine multiple large data sources requires users to monitor performance and loading times very carefully. In this course, we learn some techniques for reducing loading times, from joining data sources to changing calculations.
This course moves beyond the regular visualisations in Tableau and shows users how to create more advanced charts such as layered maps, funnels and waterfall charts.
Tableau contains many connectors to different data sources, from Google Sheets to SQL databases. In this course, we will learn how to connect to these data sources, create joins and blends across different data sources, and publish our data sources to Tableau Online and Tableau Server.
When a Kubicle account is created, the user is prompted to complete a diagnostic assesment which is designed to gauge skill level. The results of this assesment then automatically structures the user's learning plan.
Athough we do generate a recommended path you will still retain full access to all modules, courses and lessons.
The enterprise platform allows you to manage and motivate multiple users with a variety of tools including performance dashboards, automated reports and leaderboards.
No. The Enterprise platform includes a learning groups functionality that allows organizations to segment their users into multiple groups for performance management and reporting.