Tableau you can help you to create all sorts of cool visualizations to effectively communicate your ideas and findings and even share them on your website.
If you are new to data science and want to learn how to visualize data using Tableau, I’d highly recommend any data scientist to get familiar with Tableau, however it will not be the only tool in your toolkit.
Reason being, Tableau is not a Statistical Tool however with the help of third-party libraries/ plugins written in Python you can to accomplish the desired results.
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I have complied these courses according to the student ratings, difficulty level and courses outline.
Now, without further ado, let’s get started.
1. Tableau Training — Tableau
Tableau provides free training resources to equip learners who want to perform deep data analysis for their clients or for those who are looking to make data-driven decisions based on their organization’s analytics for themselves.
People responsible for security, governance, or administration of organization’s deployment of Tableau, will richly benefit from this training material.
2. Data Visualization in Tableau — Udacity
In this course you will learn how to apply design principles, human perception, color theory, and effective storytelling with data.
This free data visualization course for beginners is part of both the Business Analyst and Data Analyst Nanodegree Programs offered by Udacity.
In this course, Data Visualization for Beginners, you will understand Practical Data Visualization techniques, tips, and tricks.
If you’re new to Data Science and interested in making sense of Data, this course is right for you. You don’t need any prior programming experience.
You can find more free Tableau courses published in this article about Learn Data Visualization with Tableau.
You can also check this piece on Best Data Visualization Courses on the Internet, ranked according to student ratings, course outline and experience level.
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