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If you’ve played a video game in your life (so basically everyone), then you’re familiar with the frustrating feeling of being stuck on that one insanely difficult level. How do you get past that? How do you break through to beat the big boss? These...

For a more up-to-date walkthrough of this feature, visit the recently updated Curator blog post. Disclaimer: This is a more advanced topic than our typical 101 blogs. You will need to feel somewhat comfortable with editing HTML code to complete the activity. You don’t necessarily...

We've reached the fifth and final installment in this blog series about getting maximum success from your analytics deployment. We've been walking through my family's personal adoption journey as we welcomed our daughter, Tori, into our home. I've also been sharing parallels between this adoption...

This is the first of a new series of blog articles called This Old Viz. It combines my passion for visual analytics and a desire the Tableau user community has for incorporating visual best practices with good design. I put out a request on social...

One of the biggest selling points for Portals for Tableau is how feature-rich and flexible it is. Portals for Tableau supports numerous versions of Tableau Server, Tableau Online and Tableau Public; multiple sites within a Tableau Server; a bunch of authentication methods and SAML identity...

Everyone hates an old data source extract. Well, maybe not everyone, but data analysts sure do! If you’re an analyst or someone who manages data sources for analysts, we’ve made keeping those extracts fresh super simple from within your portal. So, prepare to say goodbye...

Lots of great ideas or discoveries come about by accident. A kite in the midst of a thunderstorm. Some errant mold finding its way to exposed Petri dishes. Follow-up questions to numerous quick-strike projects. While you may be familiar with those first two scenarios, the...

Here’s a not-so-secret secret fact about the portal that might blow your mind: it’s a webpage! Well, what does that even mean? It means that what you see is driven by a combination of HTML, CSS and JS. Still lost? Don’t worry; it’s our job...

Welcome back for part 3 in our blog series on maximizing success from your analytics deployment. This series is comparing the family adoption process we went through to an analytics (or any technology really) deployment. User and corporate adoption are critical for success. As a...

Tableau purchased Power Tools in 2019. Contact Us for more information. In my earlier article highlighting the new features of Tableau 2019.3, I touched very briefly on Tableau Catalog. I’ll spend a bit more time in a deep dive on it. Tableau Catalog The Tableau Catalog is part...

Another month gone means another month of tech resources waiting for you! Featuring over 20 blogs and 30 contributors, this content roundup is full of analytics info and insights to guide you closer to your data goals. With loads of new posts covering everything from...

Welcome back for part 2 of the Success in Adoption series! Last time, I introduced you to my adopted daughter, Tori. This series is comparing the family adoption process we went through to an analytics (or any technology really) deployment. User and corporate adoption is...

My daughter Tori is adopted. We brought Tori home on August 4, just four days before her first birthday. We love Tori in our family just as much as our three sons to whom my wife gave birth. We’ve learned a lot about adoption, its...

The latest version of Tableau has just been released, and honestly, 2019.3 feels like a major release rather than an in-year update. It is loaded with all types of goodies for Tableau Desktop, Server, Public, Prep and even Public. There’s a lot to unpack here, so...

Following the success of our Brewalytics and Data in the Clouds events in Perth and Melbourne, we were thrilled to bring Brewalytics to Sydney. Beer and analytics—what a combo! Oh, did I mention we held the event at an inner-city brewery? Once again, Snowflake and Tableau...

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