1 Reply Latest reply on Dec 26, 2018 8:17 AM by Maxilien Noutcha

    Monday, July 30: Tableau Bootcamp in Cambridge!

    Erin Daugherty

      Hi there! My name is Erin and I will be leading a Tableau Data Visualization Workshop at the Cambridge Innovation Center on Monday, July 30 from 5:30-8:30pm. If you’re looking to jumpstart (or reboot!) your Tableau data visualization skills, this hands-on workshop is for you. We'll create a series of visualizations that will demystify Tableau and set you up to incorporate data visualization into your own work.

       

      By the end of the workshop, you’ll be able to:

      - Identify which chart types work best for different kinds of data

      - Build interactive and dynamic dashboards using Tableau Software

      - Leverage visualizations in your own business analytics

      - Communicate with stakeholders and customers using data

       

      The event costs $135 and there are a limited number of seats open to the public. Save your spot today and register here!

       

      On my website, you can also find testimonials about my teaching style and information about my approach to data visualization which is rooted in my humanities background in the storytelling and design. And of course, if you have any questions, just let me know. I'd be delighted to connect and share more about what we'll cover during the bootcamp.

       

      Thanks so much!

      Erin

        • 1. Re: Monday, July 30: Tableau Bootcamp in Cambridge!
          Maxilien Noutcha

          Hello Erin,

           

                          Good day, my name is Maxilien Noutcha and I'm a tableau user. I will like to enhance my skill in Tableau due to the fact that I'm going back to school for my masters in data science. I really need a mentor and someone to learn from while going to school and also looking for new opportunities in tableau or internship.

           

                            When next do you have a workshop or do you have individual sessions?

           

          Thanks