Tableau 2020 includes several new features. In this video, learn how to what's new in Tableau 2020.
- [Instructor] The Tableau product team listens to their customers and tries to come up with new features to meet their needs. In this movie I'll mention several new features that make Tableau 2020 even more useful and versatile than before. To start, you can automatically update visualizations using dynamic parameters. So every time a data source updates, Tableau will use dynamic parameters that you define within the visualization to update the display. That means you don't have to do it manually and more importantly, you don't have to remember to do it. Next, Tableau 2020 also animates mark transitions so any time you move between views, for example, changing a parameter, then rather than switching with no transition from one visualization to another, you will see the marks move within the visualization. So it makes for a smoother, more pleasing experience. Next you can add phone layouts to new dashboards automatically, so even though you could preview for a phone earlier, now you can add those layouts to new dashboards. And finally, there is the ability to calculate and display buffer regions on a map. So in other words, if you have a point on the map and you want to draw a circle that shows a 50 mile radius around that point, you can do that. Calculating buffer regions takes a little bit too much time for me to cover in this movie, but I wanted you to know that the ability is there and you can go online and use the help system to figure out how to do it. If you go to the Tableau help page, and search for buffer regions, as you see spelled here in the slide, you'll be able to get the help that you need. There's a terrific article that runs you through the process.
- Explain where a user would navigate to seek specific help in Tableau.
- Determine the best approach for using Excel in Tableau.
- Interpret how to use the features and functions of Tableau when creating charts.
- Describe how best to manage data in a worksheet or visualization.
- Explain how to create a selection filter for certain values.
- Explain how to manage data for different chart formats.
Skill Level Beginner
1. Introducing Tableau
2. Managing Data Sources and Visualizations
3. Managing Tableau Worksheets and Workbooks
4. Creating Custom Calculations and Fields
5. Analyzing Data
6. Sorting and Filtering Tableau Data
7. Defining Groups and Sets
8. Creating and Pivoting Crosstabs
9. Creating Basic Visualizations
10. Formatting Tableau Visualizations
11. Annotating and Formatting Visualizations
12. Mapping Geographic Data
13. Creating Dashboards and Actions
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