Tableau QT: Error Margin

On Thursday 12th December the UK had a General Election. On Wednesday 27th November YouGov released its MRP poll which gave a break down of the estimated votes shared...

Tableau QT: Rootogram

Last week our Tableau Quick Tip was on creating a Histogram with a Normal Distribution Curve. This week we are going to build a variation of this and our...

Tableau QT: Histogram with Normal Curve

Welcome to 2020. Hopefully, this will be the start of a glorious year, and we at Tableau Magic are definitely excited for things to come. Here is our first...

Tableau Twelve-Step Programme for 2020

With every new year comes new challenges, new opportunities and, more importantly, a chance of exploring new directions. Here is my twelve-step programme to kick-starting your Tableau journey 2020.

Tableau QT: OHLC Charts

In this Tableau Quick Tip, we are going to create an Open-High-Low-Close (OHLC) chart in Tableau, we will do this within 5 mins or less.Data

Tableau QT: Bar Chart with Floating Icons

Requested from a student, here is a Tableau Quick Tip (QT) on creating a Bar Chart with a floating icons. So in 5 minutes or less, we are going...

Tableau QT: Quadrant Plots

I love Quadrants Plots as a quick way to segmenting your data, so please enjoy this Tableau Quick Tip (QT) which you can do in 5 mins or less....

Tableau QT: HEXBIN Charts

Last week we released a tutorial about the new Distance function in Tableau 2019.3; I really love this function and can see so many interesting applications. This week we...

Tableau QT: Volume Dial Chart in Tableau

Ok, yes, I call these volume dials as that is what it reminds me off, but this is also known as Cleveland Dot Charts, but in any case, please...

TL;DR / 3 Performance Considerations

A key aspect to delivering data analytics and visualization is the performance of your solution; performance can easily make or break a project, however, too often, we focus on...

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B02. About this Course

Let us start by understanding the objectives in this course, the various sections and how to optimise your learning. More importantly, you will get to know a little more about your instructor and the reason for the existence of this course.

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