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Tableau is a business intelligence tool. It helps us analyze data in a visual way. It can be a graph, report and etc. Suppose you have a database in Microsoft Excel (here I am taking it but it can be of any database, for example – Big Data, Hadoop, SQL or any cloud database), and you can use it in any type Need to convert to graphs and reports, we can use this tool.
It is one of the powerful tools.
Different types of equipment
There are five major tools which provide: –
- Desktop tableau
- Online tableau
- Server tableau
- Reader tableau
- Public tableaux
The first two tools “desktop” and “online” are used for different types of reports. In addition, the last three tools publish “server”, “reader” and “public” reports. So, suppose your coworker, your CEO or anyone who wants to see the report can use the last three tools. Thus, it is a very simple and easy tool.
Tableaux supported database
- The database
- Big data
- Access data warehouse
- Cloud application
- Cloud database
- More than 50 different databases
It has very good compatibility with various types of databases. It can be linked to spreadsheets in databases of Big Data and various types of cloud systems. More than 50 databases, it can connect.
Results for publishing the location
Now when you create different types of reports you want to publish in different devices. It supports: –
It has compatibility features, where you can adjust the layout, font size and all these things. Now we need to know how tableaux recognize data and separate it. So let’s take an example of Microsoft Excel.
How to create a report in Microsoft Excel?
If you want to create a summarized report, a graph, a peachart or anything.
- You must first create a pivot table.
- There are areas where all the titles are moved to one place.
- You can create a report using filters, columns, rows, and values. These are various things that you can use.
How does Tableau identify this database? It is divided into two parts –
Any text, dates, or geographical items you have will be under dimensions. Whatever, we have numbers, figures, or float values will be under measurement.
You can create different types of charts in tableaux using dimensions and measures. Crucially, it supports 24 different types of charts that we want to create.
- Bar chart
- Stacked bar chart
- pie chart
- line chart
- Scatter chart
- Packed bubble chart
- Word map
- Tree maps
- Waterfall chart
- Map of India
- Map of america
- Basic funnel chart
- Advance funnel chart
These are different types of charts, we can make. Identifying data is very easy. Also, it takes a few seconds to create any kind of chart.
So why should we use tableaux?
- It has great speed
- user friendly
- It has a beautiful and interactive dashboard
- Direct connection with multiple databases
- It is easy publishing and sharing
- Growth market
Note – Gartner is a company that analyzes various types of BI devices worldwide. It has also been proved that tableau is one of the best products worldwide.
For the last seven years, tableaux continue to be at the top position.