Note: This piece is part of Back-to-School Month here on Tableau Public.
When you’re brand new to Tableau, it can feel like there’s so much to take in. There are tons of resources to help guide your journey. From whitepapers and webinars to Community Forums and Tableau Help, it can be hard to figure out where to start.
I mastered Tableau by sitting down and reading or watching everything I could—and it worked! But it took a long time, and I wasn’t very organized about it. That’s where the Starter Kit can help.
Jumpstart your data journey by diving into the Starter Kit and exploring the curated list of free resources. The material spans the various types of resources available. If you find you prefer watching videos to reading KB articles, skip the KB and stick to videos. If you find yourself getting deeper and deeper into Tableau Help, explore it at will.
Use the Starter Kit as a guide, and feel free to choose your own adventure. Soon you’ll know how to create bullet graphs, add logos to dashboards, and dive deeper into your survey data. You’ll be a Tableau viz whiz in no time.
Check out our entire library of Starter Kits.