Advanced design and interaction in Tableau Public (Hosted by Tableau)
Analyzing data and coming up interactive visualizations is easy in Tableau but sometimes getting everything looking polished isn’t. In this session you will learn how to break away from the default formatting in Tableau Public to create interactive data graphics that match your style guides and engage your readers. We will teach you how to:
•change colors, shapes, borders, fonts, and other basic formatting
•incorporate images, logos, and other graphic elements
•take advantage of advanced interaction techniques to incorporate multimedia
•utilize design and layout best practices to make sure that your visualization looks polished and professional
Tableau Public is a free tool for journalists. Some familiarity with the product is recommended; a beginner session earlier in the day should prepare you enough for this session. Laptops will be provided. This is a free training, however you must be registered for the CAR Conference to attend this class. Limited seats are available. There may be a few seats available on-site.
Jewel Loree is a Senior Data Analyst and part of the Tableau Public team, working to help journalists and bloggers turn rows of numbers into visualizations that are interesting, insightful, and beautiful. She loves engaging with the Tableau community @jeweloree and through moderating the www.reddit.com/r/tableau. She is a music fanatic and loves making vizzes about music and other pop culture related topics, which she blogs in her Pop Viz series http://www.jewelloree.com/category/popviz/
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