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Tableau streamlines data visualization, enabling you to create interactive and insightful graphics for easy data analysis and decision-making.
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Build your Tableau and data visualization skills with interactive courses, tracks and projects, curated by real-world experts.


Tableau Fundamentals

23 hr
Learn the essentials of Tableau and develop the skills you need to pass the Tableau Desktop Specialist certification. No prior experience required!


Introduction to Tableau

6 hr
Start your Tableau journey with our Introduction to Tableau course. Discover Tableau basics such as its features and dashboards.

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Introduction to Tableau

BeginnerSkill Level
6 hr
Start your Tableau journey with our Introduction to Tableau course. Discover Tableau basics such as its features and dashboards.


Analyzing Data in Tableau

BeginnerSkill Level
8 hr
Take your Tableau skills up a notch with advanced analytics and visualizations.


Creating Dashboards in Tableau

BeginnerSkill Level
3 hr
Dashboards are a must-have in a data-driven world. Increase your impact on business performance with Tableau dashboards.


Data Visualization in Tableau

BeginnerSkill Level
6 hr
Data visualization is one of the most desired skills for data analysts. This course allows you to present your findings better using Tableau.


Connecting Data in Tableau

BeginnerSkill Level
3 hr
Learn to connect Tableau to different data sources and prepare the data for a smooth analysis.


Calculations in Tableau

IntermediateSkill Level
6 hr
In this interactive course, you’ll learn how to use functions for your Tableau calculations and when you should use them!
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Explore our list of Tableau projects for beginner and intermediate learners across different industries and use cases.
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Top Tableau Interview Questions for 2024 (Beginner - Advanced)

Get ahead in your Tableau interviews with our comprehensive guide covering common questions for beginner, intermediate, and advanced users.
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Chloe Lubin

19 min

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Tableau Cheat Sheet

In this Tableau Cheat Sheet, you'll get the download on creating your first visualization, top visualizations in Tableau, creating dashboards, stories, and more.
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Richie Cotton

8 min

Frequently asked questions

What is Tableau and what is it used for?

Tableau is a powerful data visualization tool used for creating a wide range of sophisticated visualizations to make data analysis easier and more intuitive. It's primarily for business intelligence, helping users to see and understand their data through interactive and shareable dashboards, making complex data more accessible and understandable.

Learn more in our guide: What is Tableau?

Is Tableau easy to learn?

Tableau is known for its advanced capabilities in data visualization, which can initially present a learning curve, especially for those new to data analysis. However, its intuitive interface and drag-and-drop features make it relatively easy to learn, especially with our interactive courses.

How can learning Tableau benefit my career?

Learning Tableau can significantly advance your career prospects, particularly in fields that rely heavily on data visualization and business intelligence. With its advanced capabilities in creating interactive and insightful data visualizations, proficiency in Tableau is highly sought after in roles such as data analysts, business intelligence professionals, and marketing analysts, making it a valuable skill in a data-driven job market.

Should I learn Tableau instead of Excel?

Don’t think of Tableau as a replacement for Excel. While Excel's primary function is to create spreadsheets, Tableau's core function is visualizing data. Ideally, you should learn both. They are major players in business analytics and offer a wealth of new insights when used together.

Do I need to know how to code to learn Tableau?

No, you do not need to know how to code to learn Tableau; it's designed to be user-friendly with a focus on intuitive drag-and-drop features for data visualization.

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