I haven't used Tableau Public version in a couple of months, but from what I remember Public can only save and open from the Tableau Public Server. One potential solution, though it might violate terms of service somewhere along the lines, would be to use the demo version to republish them. Basically, you'd download the free demo of the full version (good for 14 days I think), open the packaged workbooks, and publish to Public Server. You should then be able to open them from the Public Server using Public desktop.
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Hey, thanks for the help.
I would go with the download trial option, if this were a college or work
project, but since it's my self-learning, I've already re-created my last
I'll just have to be a little more careful next time
I had only known about Microsoft Excel and SQL Server Reporting type
I've recently been laid off and found out about Tableau indirectly thru
internet job descriptions. It's impressive both because of the easier
learning curve (minimal coding) and lower infrastructure costs (which would
appeal to smaller business clients). Tableau is also the number two
company behind QwikView
I'm hoping that if I keep up with Tableau, it might help me in future job
opportunities here in Saint Louis.
By then I should be back on track with my own copy of Tableau Desktop
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