Tableau is a data visualization tool used to identify trends and patterns from data and communicate the findings to others through charts and graphs. These visual insights can then be shared with others and used to make informed, data-driven business decisions.
Accelebrate’s Tableau training courses teach attendees how to connect to various data sources, including Excel, SQL Server, and cloud-based data warehouses, and use Tableau's drag-and-drop interface to create interactive dashboards and visualizations. Participants learn how to use Tableau Desktop to analyze and present data and perform data analysis using advanced calculations and enhanced dashboard interactivity. Let us work with you to develop a customized Tableau course for your team. We can even incorporate your own data into the course, including in the hands-on exercises.
Looking for where to start? Our Tableau Learning Paths show which courses are right for your group.
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What our students are saying about our Tableau training:
"Accelebrate gets great teachers who know that our time is valuable and teach only what is relevant and value added."
"It's not often that I've taken training classes in which I walk away feeling like I can apply everything I've learned to my own projects, but this was exactly the case with the Tableau Bootcamp I attended. Everyone at Accelebrate was great to work with - from the coordinators to the instructor. Highly recommend!"
-Megan W, American Chemical Society
"Because of Accelebrate, I know now that Tableau's Data Prep tool is extremely helpful to my Tableau work with the government. My trainer made it simple to use and I feel confident in my abilities."
-Jennifer M, Social Security Administration
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