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No doubt that chess is one of my favourite game. Also no doubt that my favourite data viz tool is Tableau so why not mix these two together as Tableau Chess
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sample of workbook without any input data, only parameters
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"It might seem obvious, but I’ve seen, time and again, companies hire brilliant people only to have them spend a great deal of their time being a data monkey," says David Murphy.
Note: The following is a guest post by data analyst David Murphy. Throughout my career as an analyst, I’ve often found myself copying and pasting data, building reports, maintaining them, and emailing them out to a myriad of stakeholders—something I came to affectionately call data-monkey work.
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Have you ever gotten up from your desk, walked over to the office kitchen, reached down to get coffee, only to find an empty coffee pot? If so, you personally know the inspiration behind our next installment in the Quantified Office series. At our office, we have a large metal carafe for coffee (exactly like the metal ones with a lever on top that you often see at hotels). It lasts for several cups of coffee, but wandering into the kitchen to fin...
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you cannot use cross-database joins with these connection types:

Tableau Server, Firebird, Google Analytics, Microsoft Analysis Services, Microsoft PowerPivot, Odata, Oracle Essbase, Salesforce, SAP BW, Splunk, Teradata OLAP Connector
 
You can't always answer your questions with a single data set. That's why Tableau 10 includes cross-database joins!
You can't always answer your questions with a single data set. Sometimes, to answer your hardest questions, you have to integrate multiple data sets to uncover insight. That’s why I am so excited about cross-database joins, a new feature in Tableau 10. Let me show you why this feature can be so powerful. First, I’ll connect to a database on SQL Server to access Seattle overnight-rental data.
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At The Information Lab we are really excited about the new upcoming release of Tableau 10. The latest edition of Tableau will offer a bunch of new and super useful features that will make your Tableau life even better. In Part 1 and 2 of this blog we highlight ten...
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This post shows you how to make and read a box-and-whisker plot in Tableau; an effective visualization choice for illustrating distributions.
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Building maps just got even easier in Tableau 10!
Building maps just got even easier in Tableau 10! We’ve added more postal codes, more administrative boundaries, and more cities. We’ve also enhanced our geographic-role detection logic that will help you go from data source to viz even faster! More Postal Codes
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You may remember publishing data sources got easier in Tableau 9.3. In Tableau 10, we’ve introduced the same delightful flow to publishing workbooks! Whether you are authoring new views in Tableau Desktop or making changes to an existing workbook, publishing allows you to share your dashboards, stories, and views using Tableau Online and Tableau Server.
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