0 Replies Latest reply on Oct 20, 2017 8:35 AM by Caleb Riley

    Helpful Tableau Resources

    Caleb Riley

      Using Tableau can present various challenges that seem daunting if you feel that you have to face them alone. But, there are a wealth of Tableau Resources to be found online that can help with many issues that come up. Here are some of the resources I have used  during my time learning Tableau:


      Tableau Official Homepagehttps://www.tableau.com/ Link to the homepage of the official Tableau website. You probably found your way to our community by starting at this link. Tableau's main page is a gateway to all kinds of useful information, explore it and find resources that can start helping you today!
      Tableau Whitepapershttps://www.tableau.com/learn/whitepapers Access the complete library of Tableau Whitepapers, which discuss best practices, creative solutions, and new ways of working with data in Tableau.
      Free Tableau Training Videoshttps://www.tableau.com/learn/training Quick and easy to follow videos that cover some of the different areas of Tableau from the basics to more advanced techniques.
      Tableau Desktop Supporthttps://www.tableau.com/support Resources for Tableau Users on all the various platforms Tableau has to offer.
      On Demand Tableau Webinarshttps://www.tableau.com/learn/webinars Tableau's complete library of previously recorded webinars.
      Official Tableau Bloghttps://www.tableau.com/about/blog Tableau's official website blog, where they share information about new and upcoming Tableau events, customer success stories, and more!
      Tableau Tuesdayshttps://www.tableau.com/learn/series/Tableau-Tuesdays-Webinar-Series Monthly Tableau Webinars that are presented one Tuesday out of the month. These webinars feature a variety of topics, from getting started with Tableau to LOD Calculations, and taking your dashboards to the next level. You can register or watch past recordings on this site.
      Makeover Mondayhttp://www.makeovermonday.co.uk/ Makeover Monday is a test from Eva Murray and Andy Kriebel where they post a link to a Tableau visualization or chart and challenge you to recreate it more effectively using the provided data and explain why yours is better. You can then share your creation with them on Twitter and see other users' makeovers to get more creative ideas! Try to make the best one out there!
      Workout Wednesdayhttp://www.vizwiz.com/p/workout-wednesday.html Workout Wednesday is a set of challenges from Andy Kriebel and Emma Whyte that will challenge you to use your skills and knowledge in Tableau to replicate the challenge visualization using their data and meet the requirements they post as closely as possible. You can then check your work by downloading their visualization and comparing.
      Tableau Learners


      A great site and resource for those new and experienced at Tableau. They share a lot of content that gets users thinking about new and better ways to use Tableau.


      Let me know in the comments of other great resources we could all benefit from using!