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Use Tableau to Hack Your Bracket

This is the first blog post in our Sports Month series. Jay Lewis is a financial data analyst who runs the blog 64to1 Winning a March Madness pool is often a matter of picking a reasonably...
1 month ago

Wiki Data Viz Contest

As the room filled up with fog and lights swirled around the room, three brave and talented vizzers took to the stage. The task before them: create a visualization in 20 minutes in front of a live...
1 month ago

Tableau and Twitter with a dash of Python

Hi, I'm Eric and I'm a Product Consultant here at Tableau. I love Tableau, and I am intrigued by Twitter, so I wanted to find a way to get Twitter into Tableau. DataSift is a fantastic option for...
1 month ago

Roundup of Tableau Public's Data in the Wild Sources

February is #DataInTheWild month at Tableau Public. In today's digital world, data really is all around us. These days when you walk down the street to buy milk from the grocery store, you generate...
2 months ago

Webinar: Import.io Live at Tableau

On Thursday 19 February we were lucky enough to have Alex Gimson the Community Evangelist at Import.io host a webinar in the Tableau offices in London. Alex demonstrated each of import.io’s four...
2 months ago

Excavating Data Gems from Wikipedia

It wasn't that long ago that I was in college being warned by my teachers not to use Wikipedia to do research for papers. Believing that academics were often too cautious and afraid when it comes to...
2 months ago

Instantly Turn Web Pages into Data with Import.io

Want to turn the web into data? My name is Alex Gimson and I’m the Community Evangelist at import.io. I’m going to explain exactly what we’re doing at import.io, why we’re doing it,...
2 months ago
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