New Technologies, new features, bigger and better community, more tools...
Tableau and its community will hit hard in 2018, so get ready and dive in this new week among the Tableau culture.
Let's start with this excellent viz, I love polygons and comparative stats, so it struck right in!
"When high income households are viewed in proportion to low income households, how do individual states reflect levels of inequality and inequity" - From Nai Louza
+ Last month we released our very first public beta of Project Maestro and now Beta 2 is available!
This new release has more data cleaning and shaping features to help you quickly and confidently prepare your data for analysis. Now you can pivot columns to rows, combine all the text files in a folder using wildcard union, and find sub-tables in Excel sheets using data interpreter.
→ Let's take a look at some of the most exciting new features: Pivoting is even more powerful in Project Maestro
+ We are excited to announce that Tableau Server on Linux has arrived with the Tableau 10.5 launch!
+ After Tableau 10.5, we are changing the way we number new versions of our software.
Going forward, new versions of Tableau will be named based on the year of the release and the number of the release in that year.
New version naming format: <year>.<# of release in that year>.<# of maintenance release for this version>
+ Hyper is Tableau's new in-memory data engine technology optimized for fast data ingests and analytical query processing on large or complex data sets.
Let's focus on the Hyper upgrade to Tableau Server.
+ If you are already in Project Maestro join the Community Group. This is open and welcome to the public: The specified item was not found.!
This week, I wanted to thank all of our users who helped our community in 2017! You have been instrumental in making this community even better
From our top users to those who contribute to a single thread: Rockstars. Keep going, let's make the Tableau Community even bigger and better in 2018!
Particularly for this week,Deepak Rai, is sailing at full speed among the ambassadors' stats. Thanks again for your support Deepak!
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lawrence.cripe struggled with the creation for a graph of total number of items active at a given time.
An idea from Alexandru Veruzi: he specified that TABCMD is no longer up to date with the new sub-projects feature in 10.5, which means that one cannot use sub-projects for the --project parameter for any of the commands.
Upvote this suggestion if you need it as well!
Please consider updating TABCMD so that sub-projects can be used as value for --project parameter or implement a new parameter similar to the --parent-project-path parameter that "Tableau Data Extract Command-Line Utility" has since v10.5.
▲ Other news
We added “projects” to Tableau 10.5. If you are one of the many of data rock stars excited about this new feature, here are some tips to help you get familiar with building projects within projects.
What better way to kick off a new year than with new Tableau features?
Scott Teal shared a roundup of vizzes, tips, and tricks that beautifully demonstrate Viz in Tooltip.
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