Using the Tableau Data Interpreter

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Using the Tableau Data Interpreter

I’ve been concentrating for weeks on updating my book to include new Tableau 9.0 features. There are a couple of new features that will be featured in this video: 

  • The Data Intpreter
  • Ad hoc calculations (with autofill)

The video will also show you how to incorporate data blending using more than one dimension to blend external data from the U.S. Census Bureau with data from the Superstore sample data set. Here it is:

This example will be incorporated into the next edition of “Tableau Your Data!” Be on the lookout for it late this summer.

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