Create graphs based on data stored in spreadsheet files or Access databases, Google Sheets and other sources, then share or publish it to backup your story with facts
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Facts are what brings credibility to a story. Important topics bloggers, journalists, and other such categories of people write about must be backed up by statistical data to become well-documented articles. Tableau Public is an application that can help anyone transform small or large data sets into relevant graphs and charts that can then be shared with others and published online.
Import data from individual files, Access databases, or online sources, and connect it all in one worksheet
The assortment of data sources in Tableau Public includes Excel spreadsheets, Access databases, JSON data, as well as text, spatial, or statistical files. Additionally, it can connect to OData servers and Google Sheets, or a web data connector.
Tableau Public queries the data and imports it, displaying it all in a table where you can easily sort fields and add filters. Furthermore, you can add new tables and initiate new connections to gather information from multiple sources.
Generate graphs of various types without effort and start building your article
Processing the data with Tableau Public requires you to create a new worksheet. Based on the data source, the application identifies dimensions and measures, allowing you to create professional-looking graphs, charts and maps of multiple types just by dragging and dropping fields onto the current sheet. Moreover, Tableau Public brings to the table a set of analysis tools that enable you to draw trend lines or calculate totals and percentages.
Creating more than one sheet in a single project is possible. Furthermore, you can enrich the data set with stories and dashboards. Stories enable you to create a type of article where sheets with graphs can be inserted into the text. In other words, bloggers and other types of authors can build sketches of their article with Tableau Public, without missing editing features such as font formatting and page alignment, shading, borders, and lines, annotations, legends, and more.
Generate interactive charts, graphs and maps, then share and publish them
Tableau Public can create appealing data visualizations that can then be saved to your profile and shared with others via social media or published on your personal website or blog. The great thing about it is that it creates interactive content, which is much more engaging than static photos of a graph or a chart.
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