The 2 products should do what you mentioned above.
The key differences (i.e. limitations) of Public vs Desktop
- limited data sources (Excel, Access & text files only)
- limited number of rows (10m I think)
- limited to how you share (i.e. has to be published to Tableau Public)
This is useful > FAQ | Tableau Public
as is this > Download Now | Tableau Public (scroll down for a comparison table)
There is a useful thread here - but be aware its a little old...
No,i tried many ways to copy worksheets between workbooks but i didnt succeed in that.
do you have an example of what you are trying to bring together in Tableau Public as 1 workbook?
I have Pharma Side Effects dashboard in one Workbook and Pharma Sales Dashboard in Another workbook,
So,i want to bring both of them in single workbook
ok did you create those yourself?
if so are you able to replicate the Views alright or do you require assistance with that?
as per above it isn't standard functionality - yet if you need support another way - hopefully that can help.
the alternative is to get a trial or full version of Tableau Desktop and to do it that way. If you have a spare machine you could install a version on there.
is there a reason you are using Tableau Public?
Yes,I have created them and They are working fine.
my 14day trial version of desktop is over.
so,i am using Public now.