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TL;DR: Hyper is much faster at extracting data. Like, so fast. Not many Tableau releases have had the size and expectations surrounding it like 10.5. The only other release I can think of that had similar expectations was Tableau 10. Version 10 brought goodies with it...

InterWorks is pleased to release SSIS components for working with Tableau Data Extracts. These components support writing Tableau Data Extracts as well as publishing and refreshing extracts on Tableau Server. Components Tableau Data Extract destination Tableau Server Connection Manager Tableau Data Extraction Publish task Tableau Data Extraction Refresh task These components work...

This article is updated with the new icons from Tableau 10 and expanded for additional file types. Previous article for Tableau 9 here. Acronyms, acronyms, acronyms – They dominate the internet, social media, everything. IMHO, probably too much. And, yes, Tableau is no different. It’s all...

It’s worth exploring the data you use with Tableau a bit further. In our last article of the Driver’s Ed series, we talked about adding data sources to your Tableau team. The business side sources the data, and the IT side incorporates and manages it....

Acronyms, acronyms, acronyms. They dominate the Internet, social media, everything. IMHO, probably too much. And yes, Tableau is no different. It’s all just TMI. To help get you out of WTF and back to LMFAO, I’ve compiled all of the different Tableau file extensions, what...

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