• Bangalore - 560076
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  • learn@techieventures.in

Tableau training institute in Bangalore


The company was founded in Mountain View, California in January, 2003 by Chris Stolte, Christian Chabot and Pat Hanrahan.Their initial aim was to commercialize research conducted at Stanford University's Department of Computer Science between 1999 and 2002.Professor Pat Hanrahan and Ph.D. student Chris Stolte who specialized in visualization techniques for exploring and analyzing relational databases and data cubesled research in the use of table-based displays to browse multidimensional relational databases. Together, they combined a structured query language for databases with a descriptive language for rendering graphics and invented a database visualization language called VizQL (Visual Query Language). VizQL formed the core of the Polaris system, an interface for exploring large multi-dimensional databases. In 2003, Tableau was spun out of Stanford with an eponymous software application. The product queries relational databases, cubes, cloud databases, and spreadsheets and then generates a number of graph types that can be combined into dashboards and shared over a computer network or the internet. The founders moved the company to Seattle, Washington in October, 2003, where it remains headquartered today.


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Career Option
  • Software engineer
  • Senior software engineer
  • Data Analyst
  • Business Analyst

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Major Companies Using Tableau
  • Ibibo Group
  • United health Group
  • Acesoft
  • Global Hunt India
Course Content
Introduction to Tableau
Tableau Components
Overview of Tableau Architecture
Tableau Desktop Walkthrough
Tableau's Existence
Doubt clearing
Connceting to Data and various Data Sources
Data Model and Metadata
Data Blending
Tableau Data Source (TDS)
Tableau Data Engine (TDE)
Demo with MySQL Server Connection
Demo with Google Analytics/Salesforce
Visual Analytics I
Analysis of Hierarchies, Sorting, Grouping, Aggregations, etc
Formatting Tableau components (Look and feel)
Visual Analytics II
Calculated Fields
Dashboards and Interactivity
Designing and Implementing Dashboards
Quick Table Calculations
Work sheet Actions
Dashboard Actions
Interactive Drill- Through Dashboards and Reports
Tableau Storyboards

Fun with Maps and Images
Mapping Basics
Background Images
Custom Geocoding
Polygon Maps
Advanced Mapping Techniques
Waterfall Charts
Box Plots
Word clouds
Funnel Charts
Bump Charts
Pareto Charts
Benford's Law
KPI Trending
Case Study 1- Ecommerce website traffic
Case Study 2- Retail Analytics
Final Project-Logistics
From Raw Data to Full fledged BI application