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Learning Tableau by Joshua N. Milligan

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Summary

When you are ready to share your discovery and analysis, you will most likely use dashboards to relate the story to your audience. The way in which you tell the story will depend on your objectives as well as your audience and the mode of delivery. Using a combination of views, objects, parameters, quick filters, and legends, you can create an incredible framework to tell a data story. By introducing actions and interactivity, you can invite your audience to participate. Story points will allow you to bring together many snapshots of dashboards and views to craft and present entire narratives.

Next, we'll turn our attention to some deeper analysis with trends, distributions, and forecasting.

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