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• Let’s see another example. Here’s some data. The are 4 sets of data here, each with 11 sets of x-y coordinates. For the purposes of this exercise, let’s assume the x data represents, in millions, the net sales of a single retail store over the course of a month. Let’s say the y data represents, in millions, the total profit from that store. So we’re looking here at a set of points that represent profit by sales, where each point is a single store. The four data sets represent regions, say, West, Central, South and East. Let’s say you’re a manager responsible for maximizing profit at these stores. What’s your move? [pause for 10 seconds, let people try to say smart things ]
• The key words are are see, understand, and people. Tableau builds software for people, not specialists. We believe anyone should be able to harness the power of data. That’s our mission.
• Those are really fancy words for what you just experienced. Humans can see visual patterns very well, but only when the patterns really play to a human’s strengths.
• Let’s see another example. Here’s some data. The are 4 sets of data here, each with 11 sets of x-y coordinates. For the purposes of this exercise, let’s assume the x data represents, in millions, the net sales of a single retail store over the course of a month. Let’s say the y data represents, in millions, the total profit from that store. So we’re looking here at a set of points that represent profit by sales, where each point is a single store. The four data sets represent regions, say, West, Central, South and East. Let’s say you’re a manager responsible for maximizing profit at these stores. What’s your move? [pause for 10 seconds, let people try to say smart things ]
• So what is visual analytics? THAT’s visual analytics.
• Let’s see another example. Here’s some data. The are 4 sets of data here, each with 11 sets of x-y coordinates. For the purposes of this exercise, let’s assume the x data represents, in millions, the net sales of a single retail store over the course of a month. Let’s say the y data represents, in millions, the total profit from that store. So we’re looking here at a set of points that represent profit by sales, where each point is a single store. The four data sets represent regions, say, West, Central, South and East. Let’s say you’re a manager responsible for maximizing profit at these stores. What’s your move? [pause for 10 seconds, let people try to say smart things ]
• Let’s see another example. Here’s some data. The are 4 sets of data here, each with 11 sets of x-y coordinates. For the purposes of this exercise, let’s assume the x data represents, in millions, the net sales of a single retail store over the course of a month. Let’s say the y data represents, in millions, the total profit from that store. So we’re looking here at a set of points that represent profit by sales, where each point is a single store. The four data sets represent regions, say, West, Central, South and East. Let’s say you’re a manager responsible for maximizing profit at these stores. What’s your move? [pause for 10 seconds, let people try to say smart things ]
• Let’s see another example. Here’s some data. The are 4 sets of data here, each with 11 sets of x-y coordinates. For the purposes of this exercise, let’s assume the x data represents, in millions, the net sales of a single retail store over the course of a month. Let’s say the y data represents, in millions, the total profit from that store. So we’re looking here at a set of points that represent profit by sales, where each point is a single store. The four data sets represent regions, say, West, Central, South and East. Let’s say you’re a manager responsible for maximizing profit at these stores. What’s your move? [pause for 10 seconds, let people try to say smart things ]
• Let’s see another example. Here’s some data. The are 4 sets of data here, each with 11 sets of x-y coordinates. For the purposes of this exercise, let’s assume the x data represents, in millions, the net sales of a single retail store over the course of a month. Let’s say the y data represents, in millions, the total profit from that store. So we’re looking here at a set of points that represent profit by sales, where each point is a single store. The four data sets represent regions, say, West, Central, South and East. Let’s say you’re a manager responsible for maximizing profit at these stores. What’s your move? [pause for 10 seconds, let people try to say smart things ]
• Let’s see another example. Here’s some data. The are 4 sets of data here, each with 11 sets of x-y coordinates. For the purposes of this exercise, let’s assume the x data represents, in millions, the net sales of a single retail store over the course of a month. Let’s say the y data represents, in millions, the total profit from that store. So we’re looking here at a set of points that represent profit by sales, where each point is a single store. The four data sets represent regions, say, West, Central, South and East. Let’s say you’re a manager responsible for maximizing profit at these stores. What’s your move? [pause for 10 seconds, let people try to say smart things ]
• ### Tableau Public - Seattle Hacks/Hackers 6/6/2013

1. 1. Introducing Tableau Public 8BEN JONESbjones@tableausoftware.com@DataRemixed
2. 2. About Tableau SoftwareCompanyTableau is a leading software company focused on fast analyticsand online data visualization:• Fastest growing analytics company in USA (Inc. 500)• Stanford Professor Pat Hanrahan and Dr. Chris Stolteinvented visualization technology• Patented products are in use by 1000s of customers• Headquartered in Seattle, WACustomers+ CBS+ Google+ Yahoo+ Apple+ TiVo+ Ferrari+ Oracle+ IBM+ Oglivy+ 1,000’s more
3. 3. “Visual analytics is the representationand presentation of data that exploitsour visual perception abilities in orderto amplify cognition.”- Andy Kirk, VisualizationExpert
4. 4. Why Visual Analytics?I II III IVx y x y x y x y10 8.04 10 9.14 10 7.46 8 6.588 6.95 8 8.14 8 6.77 8 5.7613 7.58 13 8.74 13 12.74 8 7.719 8.81 9 8.77 9 7.11 8 8.8411 8.33 11 9.26 11 7.81 8 8.4714 9.96 14 8.1 14 8.84 8 7.046 7.24 6 6.13 6 6.08 8 5.254 4.26 4 3.1 4 5.39 19 12.512 10.84 12 9.13 12 8.15 8 5.567 4.82 7 7.26 7 6.42 8 7.915 5.68 5 4.74 5 5.73 8 6.89This?OrThis?
5. 5. Tableau Public 8Telling better stories with data on the web
6. 6. We Released the Kraken!Created by Andy CotgreaveTwitter: @acotgreavehttp://gravyanecdote.com
7. 7. So What’s New in 8?ForecastingNew Quick FiltersNew Chart TypesFreeformDashboardsJavaScript API
8. 8. How is Tableau Public Different?For journalists, bloggers, andresearchers• Connect to .xlsx, .txt., .csv, odata• 100,000 row max• 50MB storage• Save to the web• Embed & shareFor companies & individuals• Connect to many sources• No data limit• Save locally• Server version available
9. 9. FREE PC software to quickly create andshare interactive data graphics on the web
10. 10. And Who Uses It?
11. 11. Why Do Users Use It?Interactive DataEngagementDwell Time &SharingIncreased TrafficPassionJournalists Bloggers
12. 12. Usage of Tableau Public is Growing
13. 13. DEMO