Finding your data story: Visual analytics best practices using Tableau (repeat, hosted by Tableau)
Skill level: Some experience working with data would be ideal.
Participants will get a crash-course in the fundamentals of Tableau, working with a slightly more complex dataset than we did in the introduction course. We will discuss how the data is shaped and will use Tableau to find an interesting story in the data, before turning it into a publishable visualization. Depending on the time available and the appetite of participants, we can also dive deeper into maps, simple statistical tools, or design best practices.
Software, data files and laptops are provided for the duration of the class. The session is designed to follow the session “An introduction to Data Visualization with Tableau” but can also be taken on its own. Participants are expected to create a free account on Tableau Public before or at the beginning of the session.
Florian Ramseger is a Product Specialist at Tableau Software, where he helps people tell their data stories using Tableau Public. Prior to joining Tableau, Florian lead different data projects at the International Red Cross and the World Economic Forum in Geneva, and he has also worked in academia as a researcher and lecturer for macroeconomics. He graduated with a MSc in Economics and Economic History from the London School of Economics
Jonni Walker is a Senior Data Artist with Tableau Software. He is passionate about interactive data visualisations and infographics. He is based in the UK but works with organisations around the world. His work is often published in the best of the visualisation web and has spoken at the internationally renowned Tapestry Conference. Here is a link to some of his work; https://public.tableau.com/profile/jonni.walker#!/
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