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Tableau Course @DHIL - Day 3

Tableau Course @DHIL - Day 3

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Alberto Lusoli

January 13, 2021
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  1. DAY THREE Alberto Lusoli – Simon Fraser University

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  5. Data source 1 Data source 2 Data source 3

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  7. Data source 1 Connection 1 Connection 2 Connection 3

  8. Unioning is a method for appending values (that is, rows)

    to tables. You can union tables if they have the same columns. Typical use case: longitudinal research with periodic data updates
  9. Data source 1 Connection 1 Connection 2

  10. Joining is a method for combining tables related by common

    fields (that is, common columns). The result of combining data using a join is a virtual table that extends horizontally by adding columns of data.
  11. Data source 1 Connection 1 Connection 3

  12. CONDITIONS Fields must have the same format (INT<>INT ; STRING

    <> STRING ; etc.) Fields must contain the same values
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  14. http://bit.ly/tableau-ex-1 Public_art.csv

  15. Visualize public art trend Visualize public art map

  16. http://bit.ly/tableau-ex-1 artist.csv

  17. Data join Improve original map tooltips timeline Map of international

    influence
  18. http://bit.ly/tableau-ex-1 culture.csv

  19. Create a profile on public.tableau.com

  20. 1. Login in on your Tableau public profile within Tableau

    2. Publish your visualization/dashboard online 1. Extract data sources 2. Check visibility for pre-research 3. Set export options 4. Data protection compliance
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  22. For questions or help, write me at: alusoli@sfu.ca THANK YOU