Tableau Software (NYSE: DATA) today announced the general availability of Tableau 9.3 with new ways to analyze data and share findings faster. Powerful features include the new “always connected” Tableau Desktop, improved global map coverage, faster ways to prepare data for analysis, more governance features and easier administration and direct connectivity to the Snowflake Elastic Data Warehouse.
As insideBIGDATA’s visualization of the week, here’s a look at the 2016 Oscar Nominees for Best Picture. Using Tableau Public, data author Andy Rudd provides a useful data visualization that ranks the movies by IMDB score and total nominations.
AtScale, a company providing business users with fast and secure self-service BI on Hadoop, announced that it is partnering with Tableau to deliver the industry’s first “BI on Hadoop” accelerator to market with a special program for Tableau customers.
With the Golden State Warriors setting an NBA record for most consecutive wins to start a season it was time to have a closer look at Steph Curry. Using Tableau Public, data author Carl Allchin produced a compelling data visualization that encapsulates star Steph Curry’s performance on the court.
Tableau Software (NYSE: DATA) announced the general availability of Tableau 9.2, delivering new data preparation improvements, customization for maps, enhanced security and a new iPhone app – bringing the power of Tableau to one of the world’s most popular smartphones.
Lavastorm for Tableau® Easily Delivers Powerful Data Preparation, Advanced Analytics and Data Visualization
Lavastorm, a leading data preparation and advanced analytics company, announced the launch of its new self-service software designed specifically for Tableau users.
Self-service data preparation technology significantly increases the value of Tableau users to their businesses by freeing them to spend more time on high-value analytics. That is one of several key findings from a survey conducted at the recent Tableau Conference 2015.
Mass shootings are now sadly a very common occurrence in America. This visualization by Andy Kriebel uses Tableau public to look at gun violence related events in the US.
The new NFL has commenced! This visualization by Shine Pulikathara uses Tableau public to analyze the heights and weights of the NFL players for the 2015 regular season.
Tableau Software (NYSE: DATA) today announced the general availability of Tableau 9.1, making it easier for people to analyze data from any source while in the office or on the go. New capabilities give people more ways to answer questions with data, an entirely new mobile experience, new options for connecting to data and easier security and authentication for the enterprise.