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Tableau:Business Analysis->Geo Maps,Trend Lines,Clusters

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  • Self-paced with Life Time Access
  • Certificate on Completion
  • Access on Android and iOS App

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Tableau:Business Analysis->Geo Maps,Trend Lines,Clusters

Use TABLEAU to Analize Products-Clients-Locations and different scenarios

Tableau is a Business Intelligence tool to explore the factors that need to be attended to get more revenue and marketing strategies.

This course will teach you how to use Tableau to identify the Products-Clients-Locations that get your business highest revenue. Also the edges where you need to improve a marketing strategy to level the sales and earnings.

Tableau Geo Maps are key to show charts of the locations that need more promotion. 

Will help you to identify what are the different groups of data automatically. For example: Automatic visualization of groups of Products and Locations classified by Gross Revenue.

You will learn to play scenarios in a movie that will show your partners how the results change according to

different dates and criteria.

The course also will teach about advanced trending charts to see what would be the near future of our results. 

The version of Tableau used is 10.5


Basic knowledge
  • Basic Excel and formulas

What will you learn
  • This course will teach you how to use Tableau to identify the Products-Clients-Locations that get your business highest revenue
  • Also the edges where you need to improve a marketing strategy to level the sales and earnings
  • You will learn to play scenarios in a movie that will show your partners how the results change according to
  • Different dates and criteria
Course Curriculum
No of Lectures: 10 Total Duration: 02:42:31
Reviews
Dakota Bull – August 16, 2021

The speaker is difficult to understand, he does not speak clearly whatsoever, and he tends to jump around from topic to topic, which is very confusing for the audience (especially if they are new to using Tableau and have very little understanding of the software). It would also be nice if the mouse was not hidden so we could see where the lecturer is making their selections regarding the navigation of Tableau.