Make Better Use Of Your Data
Tableau focuses on one major function: helping people see and understand data. Exploring and visualizing data is an important link to users of information understanding it and seeing how data is interrelated. A collection of data is a collection of facts and these are facts about your business that are generated by day-to-day processes. This data is more than just numbers. They tell a story and it takes insight and business intelligence to separate the knowledge from the digits.
People have a natural ability to spot visual patterns and when the data is visually presented in the right way, users of data can comprehend it and see how it tells a different story. This kind of knowledge can uncover potential opportunities, costs that can be scaled back without any loss of product quality, and ways production and logistics can be tweaked to improve performance and lower costs.
Visual Charts That Can Include Any Variable
Tableau provides live visual analytics that fuel unlimited data exploration. Interactive, drag and drop dashboards and user interfaces will help you uncover hidden insights on demand. Certain measurements, if presented only in numbers can hide the knowledge that can be gleaned from comparing it visually to comparable data.
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Exploring and analyzing big data translates information into insight. However, the massive scale, growth and variety of data are simply too much for traditional databases to handle. For this reason, businesses are turning towards Big Data technologies such as Hadoop, Spark and NoSQL databases to meet their rapidly evolving data needs. Tableau works closely with the leaders in this space to support any Big Data platform that our customers choose. Tableau lets you find that value in your company’s data and existing investments in Big Data technologies, so that your company gets the most out of its data. From manufacturing to marketing, finance to aviation- Tableau helps businesses see and understand your data.
Get Deeper Into The Numbers
Spot trends, ask new questions, see what’s behind the numbers, all through a powerful graphic interface. Tableau allows you to quickly build powerful calculations from existing data, drag and drop reference lines and forecasts, and review statistical summaries. Make your point with trend analyses, regressions, and correlations for tried and true statistical understanding.
A good business dashboard informs with a glance. A great business dashboard combines high performance and ease of use to let anybody get data-driven answers to their deeper questions. Dashboarding with Tableau allows even non-technical users to create interactive, real-time visualizations in minutes. In just a few clicks, they can combine data sources, add filters, and drill down into specific information. Sharing a dashboard requires no programming, whether it’s on Tableau Server, Tableau Online, or any portal or web page. The best part is Tableau can connect to multiple data sources, providing new opportunities for discovering new insights hidden in your data.
Data analysis shouldn’t be an isolating task—that’s why Tableau is built for collaboration. Team members are able to share data, make follow up queries, and forward easy-to-digest visualizations to others who could gain value from the data. Making sure everyone understands the data and is able to make informed decisions is critical to success. Tableau makes collaborating around data easy. From web editing and authoring to data source recommendations, give everyone the ability to engage with the data they need.
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Tableau is designed to make the most of geographical data, so you can get to the “where” as well as the “why.” With instant geocoding, Tableau automatically turns the location data and information you already have into rich, interactive maps with 16 levels of zoom—or use custom geocodes to map what matters to your business. Census-based population, income, and other standard demographic datasets are built in. In the visual environment of Tableau, you can explore the world through data and share what you find in just a few clicks. You can even import geographic data from R or GIS (or whatever other spatial files or custom geocode data you have) and make it more easily accessible, interactive, and shareable via Tableau Online, Tableau Public, and Tableau Server.
Organizations are looking for technologies that help more people do sophisticated analysis. At Tableau, we’re investing in analytical capabilities that help anyone—from data scientists to business users—get to answers faster and uncover unanticipated insights. Through machine learning, statistics, natural language, and smart data prep, we are making analytics more approachable to users of all skill levels.
It’s easier than ever to perform surveys—and just as easy to get buried in survey data. Use Tableau to hear the voice of the customer coming through loud and clear. Tableau uses visual analysis as an interface to the data, which means anyone can investigate survey responses in-depth with key statistical measures built in. Zoom in and out of geographic regions and overlay census data with one button to find what’s unique about your audience. Then, share the experience with colleagues in one single comprehensive and interactive report that tells the story from every angle and at every level of drill-down.
Time Series Analysis
Time series analysis is crucial to understanding your data. The ability to look forward and backward, to drill down from years to days and see data trends over different periods of time is essential for the most comprehensive analysis. Tableau’s built-in date and time functions let you drag and drop to analyze time trends, drill down with a click, analyze times by day of the week, and easily perform time comparisons like year-over-year growth and moving averages.