Visual Data Storytelling with Tableau (Addison-Wesley)
Wednesday, 13 June 2018

This book uses a combination of information, context, and hands-on skills to show how to put together data stories with Tableau. In this full-color guide, author Lindy Ryan shows how to organize data and structure analysis with storytelling in mind. Each chapter illuminates key aspects of design practice and data visualization, and guides you step-by-step through applying them in Tableau. Through realistic examples and classroom-tested exercises, Lindy Ryan helps you use Tableau to analyze data, visualize it, and help people connect more intuitively and emotionally with it.

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Author: Lindy Ryan
Publisher: Addison-Wesley
Date: May 2018
Pages: 272
ISBN: 978-0134712833
Print: 0134712838
Audience: data users
Level: intermediate
Category: Data Science

 

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  • Craft more powerful stories by blending data science, genre, and visual design
  • Ask the right questions upfront to plan data collection and analysis
  • Build storyboards and choose charts based on your message and audience
  • Direct audience attention to the points that matter most
  • Showcase your data stories in high-impact presentations
  • Integrate Tableau storytelling throughout your business communication
  • Explore case studies that show what to do--and what not to do
  • Discover visualization best practices, tricks, and hacks you can use with any tool
  • Includes coverage up through Tableau 10

 

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