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Case Study: Analyzing Customer Churn in Tableau

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You will investigate a dataset from a fictitious company called Databel in Tableau, and need to figure out why customers are churning.

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Are you ready to apply your Tableau skills to a real-world dataset?

Apply your Tableau skills with a Case Study

For subscription-based businesses, reducing customer churn is a top priority. In this Tableau case study, you'll investigate a dataset from an example telecom company called Databel and analyze their churn rates.

Understand why customers churn

Analyzing churn doesn’t just mean knowing what the churn rate is: it’s also about figuring out why customers are churning at the rate they are, and how to reduce churn. You'll answer these questions by creating calculated fields and various visualizations in Tableau, such as dual-axis graphs and scatter plots. You'll make your graphs dynamic by using filters and parameters, and combine everything into a story to share your insights.
  1. 1

    Exploratory analysis

    Free

    In this first chapter, you'll start exploring the new dataset and revisit creating calculated fields in Tableau to get a better understanding of why customers are churning.

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    Analyzing customer churn in Tableau
    50 xp
    Tableau analysis process
    100 xp
    Data check time
    100 xp
    Calculating churn
    100 xp
    Investigating churn reasons
    100 xp
    Digging deeper in churn categories
    100 xp
    Use maps to your advantage
    100 xp
  2. 2

    Investigating churn patterns

    You'll continue by leveraging the Tableau knowledge you gained from the prerequisite courses to further investigate why customers are leaving Databel.

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    Visualizing your analysis

    In the last chapter, you'll create Tableau interactive dashboards and arrange them into stories, so that you can share your results with stakeholders.

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Data Analyst in TableauTableau Fundamentals

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Sara Billen
Carl Rosseel HeadshotCarl Rosseel

Head of BI Curriculum at DataCamp

Carl, a Tableau certified data analyst, is the head of the BI Curriculum at DataCamp, where he focuses on democratizing data skills through Business Intelligence tools. He holds a double master's degree in Business Engineering and worked in various analyst roles at an e-commerce company before joining DataCamp. He likes to use data to make the complex simple and tell data stories. Outside work, you can often find him enjoying a game of soccer, both on and off the pitch.
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  • Nicolas F.
    4 months

    It is always nice to have an opportunity to practice on live data. This course gives that opportunity and highlights key skills for tableau data analysts.

  • Sebastian S.
    8 months

    top

  • GURU A.
    9 months

    Nice

  • Therren D.
    9 months

    It was a good course but more challenging than I expected. I'm not sure if its me but by the end I felt I needed to go back over the basics again. I had several "deer in the headlights" moments that showed me I needed more practice. Perhaps that was by design.

  • Mahmoud S.
    11 months

    Its nice and covered the basics

"It is always nice to have an opportunity to practice on live data. This course gives that opportunity and highlights key skills for tableau data analysts."

Nicolas F.

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Sebastian S.

"Nice"

GURU A.

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