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Entry-level set up fee?
- No setup fee
- Free Trial
- Free/Freemium Version
- Premium Consulting / Integration Services
Starting price (does not include set up fee)
- $70 per month
Tableau Desktop aims to allow people to make data-driven decisions with confidence, by helping them answer questions more quickly, solve harder problems more easily, and uncover new insights more frequently.
The vendor says that with a couple of clicks, Tableau Desktop connects directly to hundreds of data sources, both on-premises or in the cloud, with the goal of making it easier to start analysis. Interactive dashboards, drag and drop functionality, and natural language queries help users of all skill levels quickly discover actionable insights, all from an intuitive and visual interface. Users can ask deeper questions by quickly building powerful calculations, adding trend lines and seeing statistical summaries, or clustering data to see relationships.
Tableau's goal is to help people and organizations become more data-driven. With an integrated platform that is strives to be easy to start and scale, Tableau aims to support the entire analytics journey, from data preparation, to deep analysis, to the shared insights that drive the business forward.
|Operating Systems||Windows, Mac|
- Dashboard publishing
- Data Connectivity
- Creating extract to work with local data and avoid connecting live production database.
- Building basic charts from already available show me is one of the quickest and easiest thing in any BI tool
- connecting to data is quite simple we don't need to write long queries(unless we want to).
- arranging sheets in the dashboard and using filters are just clicks away, anyone can do it by first chance only.
- Links and queries to databases
- intuitive handling of data
- Connecting to a data source
- Using filters
- Creating parameters
- Easily able to create new visualizations using the "Show Me" tab
- Creating calculated fields
- Changing data types from the source
- Drag and drop of dimensions and measures
- Styling of visualizations of all different types is easy
- Assembling charts and graphs into composite dashboards
- Initial data exploration.
- Duplicating visualizations for variation.
- Creating a narrative storyline.
- Creating charts
- developing dashboards
- Visualizations are easy to create.
- Easy to connect and refresh data sources
- Charting is the easiest
- Most calculations are very similar to Excel
- Graphing is easy to do. It gets harder when you have a particular graph capability that you must mimic.
- Dashboards are super easy. Dashboard actions make the workbooks come alive.
- Filtering and parameters are a great tool in the workbooks to limit your data down to a subset that you can analyze fully.
- Visualizations using drag and drop
- Predictive Analysis, Regression, Trend, Correlation, Statistical calculations pre-built as functions
- Ability to integrate data across multiple data sources, varying in technology on the same dashboard and making them react to user choices using parameters and easy to create calculated fields
- Connecting and Importing data from different sources
- Publishing to Tableau Server
- drag and drop features- Minimal coding
- Spreadsheet clean-up, auto-adjust.
- Geo-mapping data.
- Drag and Drop
- Switching between layouts
- Connecting to data