What makes one visualisation more impactful than another? Why do some chart types struggle to tell a story? In this session we explore how the Zen of Analysis is impacted by the types of visualisation we use, and the means in which we can use human perception to better tell our data story. Here, we explore the design principles that any analyst should be aware of when designing their worksheets and dashboards, as well as tie in the concepts of visual best practice to issues of speed and performance.
RecordedFeb 25 201543 mins
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Andy Cotgreave - Technical Evangelism Director, Tableau | Amy Alberts - User Research Manager, Tableau
What elements subconsciously catch your eye? Tableau has conducted several eye tracking studies to better understand this behavior.
Join Amy and Andy as they discuss how certain design elements affect where people look on dashboards. They'll share the exciting eye tracking data collected, and distill their findings into design tips that will help you make more effective dashboards.
Andy Cotgreave - Technical Evangelism Director, Tableau
Dashboards are a vital part of any business intelligence (BI) strategy. But there's an unspoken truth: dashboards are always incomplete and out of date. You have new business decisions to make every single day. Do your dashboards change that fast? No. Fortunately, a good BI strategy can also encourage iteration, curiosity, and flexibility. Learn how to adopt those cultural changes in order to evolve your BI investments beyond dead-end dashboards and towards data-driven decisions.
Andy Cotgreave - Technical Evangelism Director, Tableau
Successful dashboards require you to think like a designer. In this webinar, data visualisation expert Andy Cotgreave will look at ideas and theories from the world of design, and show how you can apply them to your dashboards. Whether you make functional, operational dashboards, or beautiful persuasive pieces of work, this webinar will help frame your approach.
How do asset managers monitor performance, counterparty risk and market risk? How do financial advisors optimise performance for their clients and drive a larger share of wallet? Join us as we partner with our financial services partner, UseReady, to share how to use Tableau to minimise the complexity and simplify the oversight required to property manage performance at both firm and account levels.
Watch this live webinar and we’ll cover:
-An overview of how to manage your firm’s exposure to asset classes, investment strategy and industry sectors
-How to utilise Tableau dashboards to monitor credit ratings by agencies including issuer, counterparty and individual credit instruments
-A data-driven strategy to leverage your analytics to manage exposure and performance against the stock market over time
Discover how your analytics can save you time and effort while managing assets and optimizing performance for the firm and its clients.
Understanding credit risk and its impact on reserves and write-offs is fundamental yet challenging to manage. Join us as we share how to use Tableau to analyze exposure by risk characteristics, identify predictive indicators to illustrate potential exposure, and visualize risk concentration by risk rating.
View this webinar and we’ll cover:
-An overview on how leading financial institutions are managing borrower credit risk
-How to utilise Tableau dashboards to properly monitor risk exposure
-A data-driven strategy to leverage your analytics to improve credit risk
-Discover how your analytics can save you time and effort while maintaining the required level of risk --management and oversight needed in your operation.
Jeffrey Shaffer - VP of IT and Analytics at Recovery Decision Science | Steve Wexler - Principal at Data Revelations
Citing real-life case studies from their new book, The Big Book of Dashboards, two data visualization experts will share their proven best practices, based on over 30 years of hands-on experience, for building business dashboards to help you find more insights from your data more quickly.
Attend this webinar and learn how to:
-Build insightful dashboards that work for specific industries and departments
-Turn a dashboard from good to great
-Go BEYOND dashboards
Andy Cotgreave - Technical Evangelism Director, Tableau
What is a dashboard? And does it matter? Should a dashboard fit one screen? Should it provide instant insight? Should it be interactive?
In this webinar, Andy Cotgreave will challenge the traditional definition of a dashboard. He will share his own definition and explain how the purpose of sharing data isn't to fit a particular definition, but to fulfill a goal. Andy will show many examples of different dashboards, explaining why they work and how they push the definition of the term "dashboard". Attend this webinar if you want to more effectively engage the users of your dashboards.
Kim Minor - Global Financial Services Marketing Director, Tableau
Detecting potential fraudulent activities within your organization can be challenging. Whether you are monitoring bank account activities, examining insurance claims, or investigating suspicious card payments, Tableau’s robust visualization and analytics capabilities are well matched. Join us as we partner with Visa to share the latest in fraud trends and best ways to monitor suspicious activity.
View this live webinar and we’ll cover:
-An overview of the trends in fraud and financial crimes and required regulation in the industry
-How to utilise Tableau dashboards to properly monitor for potentially fraudulent activity
-A data-driven strategy to leverage your analytics to improve fraud investigations
-Discover how your analytics can save you time and effort while maintaining the required level of risk management and oversight needed in your operation.
Simon Runc - Visual Data Analyst at Atheon Analytics & Jeff Huckaby - Global Market Segment Directo for Retail, Tableau
With tight margins, volatile markets, and changing customer demands, retailers and wholesalers can't rely on intuition alone to drive growth and adapt to change. They need data-guided analytics.
Join retail experts Jeff Huckaby and Simon Runc to learn how visual analytics enables you to see the big picture of your retail operations by looking across datasets. You'll learn how to build a real-time dashboard so you can optimise product mix and inventory by season, market, or segment in just a few clicks.
You will learn about:
-How to leverage all of your data to create sustainable, profitable strategies.
-The best tips for designing a retail dashboard
-The latest innovations in retail analytics revealed at Tableau Conference 2017
-Can't attend? Register now and we will send you the recording the moment it's available.
Victor Wronowski, Applications Analyst, Cox Enterprises & Russ Johnson, Lead Project Manager, Cox Enterprises
Cox Enterprises is a leading communications, media and automotive services company. With revenues exceeding $20 billion and approximately 60,000 employees, the company's major national brands include Autotrader, Kelley Blue Book and Manheim.
Attend this live webinar to learn how Cox Enterprises successfully empowered their employees to make data-informed decisions with self-service business intelligence.
You’ll also learn how to:
•build and maintain momentum with your business intelligence platform
•empower people to quickly deliver meaningful results with data
•set up processes that will quickly get team members up to speed
A company’s most important asset is their people. Organisations that use data to make informed decisions about employees will help recruiters gain, retain, develop and nurture high performing teams and programs. This webinar is part of the "Analytics in Action" week.
Join this live webinar with Tableau's HR Director, Nikki Feare, to see how data-driven decision-making has made Tableau's HR team more proactive and agile.
You'll learn how Tableau's HR department uses Tableau to:
*Find insights for compensation
*Track recruiting metrics
*Visually analyse resource management
*Optimise budget across multiple programs
Marketers are no strangers to data, especially as the number of tools generating marketing data grows each year. Curious about how much revenue was attributed to paid search last quarter? We've got data for that. Want to prove which programs generate higher quality leads than others? Data. This webinar is part of the "Analytics in Action" week.
Here at Tableau, we rely on analytics to understand the mass of data - a challenge all marketers must overcome to thrive in a data-driven world. In this live webinar with Tableau's Marketing Director, Susan Graeme, you'll see how we tackle the marketing data dilemma.
You’ll learn how Tableau's marketing team uses analytics to:
*Build a Demand Generation funnel
*Overcome our 5 marketing dilemmas
*Visually analyse data from our marketing technology stack
*Connect disparate data sources (Salesforce, Eloqua, Google Analytics)
At Tableau, we use Tableau to run every part of our business, from Sales, Marketing, Development, HR to everything in between. At the center of it all is our IT team, not only do they manage our entire global Tableau platform, but they also use Tableau to monitor and track infrastructure, assets, budgeting, staffing, and their ServiceNow ticketing queue. This webinar is part of the "Analytics in Action" week.
Join this live webinar to learn how Tableau's IT department uses analytics to:
*Support our internal instance of Tableau
*Create a secure environment for thousands of employees
*Track infrastructure, budgeting, and our support ticket queue
*Manage Tableau Online for all of our customers
Eugene Hillery - Director of International Operations, Tableau
It's tough to keep up with what’s happening across an entire company on a daily basis – especially if you work in the finance department. Here at Tableau, our finance team uses Tableau to visually analyse everything from T&E to financial planning. This webinar is part of the "Analytics in Action" week.
Join this live webinar with Tableau's Director of International Operations, Eugene Hillery, as he shares how he uses analytics to unlock key financial insights in minutes.
You'll learn how Tableau's finance department uses Tableau to:
*Connect disparate data sources (NetSuite, Egencia, Concur and Salesforce)
*Discover key insights for financial planning
*Visually analyse Accounts Receivable by region
*Quickly build executive dashboards including investor relations
In sales, the right data and analytics can be the difference between making or missing your quota. Here at Tableau, we rely on analytics to empower every salesperson to better understand their accounts, identify promising prospects, and forecast accurately. This webinar is part of the "Analytics in Action" week.
Join the live webinar with Tableau's UK Sales Manager, Joe Clarke, to see how our sales team have made sales analytics part of their team daily routine.
You'll learn how Tableau's sales organisation uses analytics to:
*Develop strategic account plans
*Align with marketing campaigns
*Define territories and lead routing
*Collaborate globally for the best customer experience
Jock Mackinlay, VP of Research and Design at Tableau
Hear from Jock Mackinlay, VP of Research and Design at Tableau, as he describes how he used a linguistic approach inspired by the work of Jacques Bertin to influence the development of visual analysis. He will share the journey from his days at Stanford while studying for his PhD, continuing right up to present day with his current work as the VP of Research and Design at Tableau Software. Jock will share his thoughts about the future of visual analysis.
At Tableau we help people see and understand data. Seven words that drive everything we do. And they’ve never been more relevant. Tableau is all about making your analytics faster, smarter, and more powerful, so that everyone can get the answers they need. Helping people gain insight into their data to solve unexpected problems is what drives us.
Tableau is a visual analytics and reporting solution that connects directly to R, Python, and more. It’s designed for you, the domain expert who understands the data. Its drag-and-drop interface allows you effortlessly connect to libraries and packages, import saved models, or write new ones directly into calculations, visualizing them in seconds.
In this webinar, we will explore how various analytics partners are leveraged in Tableau, and how to take advantage of these integrations to move your analysis to the next level. Whether you work with R, Python, or other statistical or data mining environments, Tableau allows you to take advantage of your existing investments and knowledge to compose impactful data stories.
Tableau is all about making your analytics faster, smarter, and more powerful, so that everyone can get the answers they need. Helping people gain insight into their data to solve unexpected problems is what drives us.
In this webinar, we will explore how Tableau can help with all stages of an analytics project, but focus specifically on a few advanced capabilities. Broadly, we will look at the following scenarios and the capabilities that support them:
-Segmentation and Cohort Analysis
-What-If and Scenario Analysis
-Rand Python Integration
Attend to see how Tableau is making advanced analytics exploratory, faster and more scalable than ever before.
Allison Nau, Head of Data Solutions - Cox Automotive
Building an analytics strategy from nothing can seem daunting. In many companies data analysis happens in isolated pockets of the business, rather than a more impactful, strategic approach to analytics. But going from zero to data-driven is easier than you thought. In September 2015 the Cox Automotive Data Solutions team started as a team of one with a blank sheet of paper. 14 months later, Cox Automotive is revolutionising decision-making within the business and the wider automotive retail industry.
Watch this webinar to discover some of the lessons learned by Cox Automotive along their journey to data discovery, including:
-Where to begin transforming a legacy business into a data-driven organisation
-How to build and maintain momentum
-How to deliver meaningful results at pace
Ken Nicholson: Principal Information Analyst/Data Scientist, National Health Services Scotland
Watch this webinar to see how NHS National Services Scotland (NHS NSS) successfully adopted Tableau and expanded data visualisation and intelligence beyond traditional users to Primary Care GPs and clusters of the Health and Social Care Partnerships.
Tableau makes it easy for people to rapidly transform data into smart business analytics. It’s a new kind of business intelligence software – rapid-fire business intelligence.
We’ve done years of research to build business analytics software that supports people’s natural ability to think visually. Shift fluidly between interactive views, graphs & reports, following your natural train of thought. You’re not stuck in wizards, bogged down writing scripts or waiting for IT to develop a report. You quickly create useful data visualizations, reports & dashboards. And then in a click, you share them across your organization.
All the things you wished you could do with business intelligence —work with huge data live or in-memory, mash up data sources, visualize data in multiple ways, build dashboards, create interactive data applications—are not only possible in Tableau but are also quick work.