Learn How to Make Your Data Look Less Messy

Data scientists and advance analytics are among the top position needing to be filled in the coming years. Skills that help employees get premium salaries include data mining and optimizing the data to help leadership make smart business decisions. When a data scientist can present information in an aesthetically pleasing and digestible way to leadership and turn data to action, it can be game-changing.

While there are many platforms that help data scientists crunch numbers, Tableau 9 is one of the leading software for analyzing and presenting data in a meaningful and efficient way. It’s being used in a multitude of industries from healthcare and education to government and food tech companies. Having the ability to fuse computer graphics and databases that lead to new solutions and uncovering new insights can be an invaluable soft skill for an employee. Through the Tableau Desktop 9 Qualified Associate Training, students will get up to speed with one of the top data visualization tools and get ahead of the pack.

This affordable course offers access to 29 lectures and 4.5 hours of content where you’ll explore the basics of Tableau into more intermediate topics as you prepare for the Tableau Desktop 9 Qualified Associate Certification exam.

Course material includes:

  • Developing different types of projects and reports in Tableau
  • Visualizing and presenting different types of data in an insightful manner
  • Locating and cleaning messy data sets to present them more effectively
  • Discover the core concepts needed to start a career in Tableau

By enhancing your soft skills through the Tableau Desktop 9 Qualified Associate Training, you’ll be able to not only increase your salary, but help companies uncover new solutions to make strategic decisions.

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