Hope your doing Good Day.
I have a quick question on R Integration with tableau.
Once we develop Tableau workbook with R integration and share with client .twbx.
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Hi Bhujang --
Tableau Reader doesn't support R connections, so you'd need Tableau Desktop (Professional, I believe) or Tableau Server. In any case, you also need to install R (not necessarily the RStudio IDE) somewhere that's reachable--local or on a network connection--via the Desktop clients.
Thank you for your prompt reply
Is there any alternative way to access the report without install R / Desktop.
As from end user point of view they are not interested in installing R
purchasing the Tableau Desktop to access the report
If you don't have Tableau Server, I don't think you can do this easily. The initial R integration seems targeted more at the analyst than people receiving the analysis.
I doubt this is applicable, but if you're not using R "live" --i.e., to dynamically recalculate values after filtering, etc., I suppose you could export the R results to a separate file---sort of the pre-Tableau 8.1 approach.
Thank you Jim for helping me to understand more on R with Tableau.
I got my answer.