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Transcript: Office of the City Auditor August 2017 What is Tableau? TABLEAU Tableau is a Business Intelligence Tool used for data visualization. With Tableau, you can gain insights by just visualizing the stats that you already have with you and use it for your development of your department. Tableau is an interactive data visualization tools that enables you to create interactive and apt visualizations in form of dashboards, worksheets to gain business insights for the better development of your company. It allows non-technical users to easily create customized dashboards that provide insight to a broad spectrum of information. The OCA Department is gradually converting from using MS Excel to Tableau when reporting data. OCA realized the benefits and value of data visualization when making decisions or data analysis. Office of the City Auditor Office of the City Auditor PROS ADVANTAGES Main Advantages Amazing Data Vizualization Amazing data visualization It has the ability to perform fairly complex data visualization in a very intuitive, drag and drop manner. Its data visualization is also impressively interactive. The user can highlight sections and drilldown into charts without extensive skills or assistance from IT. Excellent mobile support Excellent Mobile Support Tableau put a lot of effort into developing a robust mobile client. Touch-optimized controls make accessing and viewing data trouble free, and visualizations are automatically streamlined for mobile devices. Plus, the user doesn’t have to take any steps to make dashboards mobile- Tableau automatically recognizes if the user is using the mobile app and makes adjustments. Low-cost solution to implement and upgrade Low-cost solution to implement and upgrade Tableau is a relatively low-cost solution when compared to the known BI like Business Objects and Domo. Upgrades and implementations are effortless to install. Impressive integration Impressive Integration Tableau integrates with most data types and offers out of the box integration with a variety of big data platforms. Tableau integrates with R, the business intelligence statistical language many data scientists use to dive deep into BI for statistical and advanced analytics. When it comes to Excel and Tableau specifically, there are three core differences to consider: MS Excel vs Tableau MS Excel vs Tableau MS Excel Data Discovery Data Discovery Tableau - drilling into the data is less flexible - harder to explore information on a granualar level - drill-down and data blending features built in - freely explore data MS Excel Automation Functionality Automation Functionality Tableau Both Excel and Tableau can work with static and live data from multiple sources. - Automatically refreshing an Excel worksheet involves manually programming processes or creating macros that automatically update the worksheet’s data when you open the file. - Tableau is a little more intuitive with creating processes and calculations. For example, when creating calculations in a tabular format, the formula can be typed once, stored as a field and applied to all rows referencing that source. In Excel, you first manipulate the data on the cell level, and then manually create visualizations like graphs, charts, PowerPoint presentations, etc. Visualizations Visualizations MS Excel Tableau Tableau visualizes data from the start, allowing you to see the significance right away. Tableau differentiates correlations using color, size, labels and shapes, giving you context as you drill down and explore on a granular level. SEA Report Tableau Version SEA Report Copy and paste the link into a search bar!/vizhome/CHAPTER1OnlineReport_0/ServiceEffortsAccomplishments2016?publish=yes Tableau Sample SEA Report Online Version WHAT'S NEXT Fiscal Year 2016 Future KEEP IN MIND KEEP IN MIND Most of the other States have changed their way of reporting. Tableau has a great influence on the efficiency on data interpretations and data visualizations. Is it time to adapt the new technology?


Transcript: How to Use this Strategy English Language Arts Curriculum GCO: Writing and other ways of representing. SCO 8: Students will be expected to use writing and other forms of representation to explore, clarify, and reflect on their thoughts, feeling, experiences, and learnings; and to use their imaginations. GCO: Speaking and Listening SCO 3: Students will be expected to interact with sensitivity and respect, considering the situation, audience, and purpose. Identify key concepts Teacher is able to see the student's comprehension Strengthens students' comprehension of a concept Students work collaboratively Includes many MI's (Linguistic, Visual, Kinesthetic, etc) Allows students to use and develop their creativity Discussion 1. Prompt Prompt the students to represent the meaning of a story, concept, or ideas by creating a tableau by following the template provided (see template). Be specific with expectations (Example: props). 2. Brainstorm Have students work in groups and assign them their topic for the tableau (one or more concepts). Give students time to brainstorm ideas for their tableau and rehearse as well. 3. Present Students present their final "snapshot" to the entire class (vote if desired). What is a Tableau ? TABLEAU Questions What is the Purpose of this Strategy? Outcomes "Tableau vivant" --> "Living Picture" Representation of a learned concept through still images Can be a cross-curricular strategy Example:

Tableau Intern Presentation

Transcript: Provides self-service tools and administrative functionality to help with site management and operational issues related to Tableau Online Ninja Escape Room - Zombie Escape Ice Cream Breaks Intern Summit Breakfast w/ Adam Selipsky Sounders Game Intern Hackathon - Project Frelard Intern Kayaking at Agua Verde All Hands Meeting & Employee Party TechOps Dive Bar Tableau BBQ at Gas Works TechOps Mariners Game EASE Team Morale Event - Lake Union Scavenger Hunt Activate Site Intern Events- My growth at tableau Monitor nightly stage coverage for all development projects UI Layer for the Zeus Web Service Monitored SFDC Release Deployment Delete Site Requirements grooming Functional Testing Utilizing automation infrastructure and test tools to automate tests Report bugs Run predeploy tests Forseti capabilities- Edit Site Information My Forseti Work- Improves the reliability of testing and operations in Sandbox Provide support for automated runs for deployment coverage QA Projects I worked with- Enterprise Applications - Automation Test Suite Team - EATS Develop testing and monitoring tools that provide production monitoring for several Enterprise Application Systems Created Build Verification Used in Continuous Integration Environment My Projects My Tableau Intern Experience Software Testing: Manual & Automation Testing Importance of Testing Environments Build Verification Tests Used with Continuous Integration Deployments Importance of Teamwork and Communication Future in Operations - Automation QA Responsibilities Production Code PyCharm & Selenium EATS Automation Infrastructure- Domain Objects: Encapsulates Business Logic Instance Objects: Makes Selenium Calls and Tracks State of the Page What I learned Forseti Demo Adding Site Users Develop infrastructure to cover testing needs What I learned: Team Events- Create Sites Investigate and resolve customer issues Intern and Team Events Migrate Site From My Intern Projects From My Intern Experience What I learned: Implemented Automation Infrastructure In EATS Automated tests Researched triggering Bamboo Jobs via REST API's Tasks: Forseti: what is it? Enterprise Applications Sustaining Engineering - EASE QA Tasks: Customer HUB- Tested functionality Find, report and drive bugs to completion Create and assign bugs in JIRA Salesforce- Learned terminology Ran test plans Created data for Customer HUB

Tableau Presentation

Transcript: About Tableau to Upgrade and Expand Movista Reporting Project Intro Can connect to MANY sources of data (MySQL, Excel, CSV, JSON, Text, PDF, etc) Quickly build new reports and deploy them Reports are highly customizable Reports can work on live data for easily updated dashboards and reports Offers analytics and multiple report types Reports can be built to be easily viewed on desktop, mobile, or tablet Advantages of Tableau Examples Report Examples Map Example Dashboard Example!/vizhome/NAILoggedInNow/Dashboard1 Other Examples!/vizhome/NAIMapTest/Sheet1 Meet the Team Mac - Help set up the Tableau Server and set/test security Sean - Help with creating/training Eric to create template pages in code to hold new reports The Masterminds Pricing Plan Packages Available Product & Pricing Tableau Creator Includes: Tableau Desktop* Tableau Prep Tableau Server* Tableau Explorer Includes: Tableau Server^ Tableau Creator Includes: Tableau Server $70/user/month $35/user/month $12/user/month Wrap Up Wrap Up Tableau offers: Rapid Deployment of new Reports Variety of reporting options Usable Analytics Ability to leverage live data Security of being behind our firewall Relatively low cost Manageable Learning Curve Vast knowledgebase online


Transcript: Tableau Locked arm in arm they cross the way The black boy and the white, The golden splendor of the day The sable pride of night. From lowered blinds the dark folk stare And here the fair folk talk, Indignant that these two should dare In unison to walk. Oblivious to look and word They pass, and see no wonder That lightning brilliant as a sword Should blaze the path of thunder. Countee Cullen Cullen writes of a serious and prevalent matter in the 1920's. The poem shows his desire for equality between whites and blacks. The poem Tableau give a clear picture of what Cullen was thinking when it was written. Tableau By: Countee Cullen In Tableau, we see symbolism and rhyme. Symbolism is used when Cullen uses the metaphor of thunder and lightning to talk about the normality of blacks and whites together- "They pass, and see no wonder That lightning brilliant as a sword Should blaze the path of thunder. Rhyme is seen throughout Tableau-the last word of every other line rhymes as used above. Cullen's poem talks about equality and unity between whites and blacks, and the dream of it one day being normal. He uses the metaphor of a white boy and a black boy together, arm in arm, being stared at by indignant whites and blacks from their homes. The final stanza compares the white and black boys to thunder and lightning, in the sense that there is no question if they go together. Cullen expresses his view of culture in the 20's, and how he hopes it can one day change to be equal between whites and blacks. About The Author: Countee Cullen was born in 1903 in New York City and was raised in a Methodist parsonage. He was an American Poet who was a leading figure in the Harlem Renaissance. Cullen graduated from New York University and Harvard University. He was black man raised in a white community and color was a main focus in his work. He died in 1946.

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