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Data Visualisation Workshop using Tableau
September 25, 2019 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Data skills are so hot and in demand these days… but how do you actually get started and learn about it? Now is the time to add data visualisation to your skillsets without needing to code.
Tableau is named the leader in the Gartner Report for Analytics and Business Intelligence Platforms. You will learn from a Tableau ambassador about how Tableau can be leveraged to create visualisations and interactive dashboards, using a real-life dataset. There will also be opportunities to network with representatives from Tableau.
Who should attend this workshop?
Everyone who is interested in working with data. Anyone who wants to analyse and visualise data. It doesn’t matter if you haven’t heard of Tableau or are currently taking a unit that uses Tableau (e.g. INFS3050/INFS3110). No programming is involved.
Date: Wednesday, 25th September (Week 8)
Time: 4pm – 6pm
Location: ABS Case Study Lecture Theatre 2150
The workshop will be mostly hands-on, so you must bring your laptop and download Tableau (free student license, see below) BEFORE the workshop to get the most out of it!
Before the workshop:
1. Request for a free Tableau student license: https://www.tableau.com/academic/students
2. Once your student license is approved, download and install Tableau Desktop: https://www.tableau.com/products/desktop/download-now
Q. What should I bring into the workshop?
A. You MUST bring your laptop to the workshop. Please request your student license for Tableau and pre-install Tableau before you come to the workshop.
Q. Can I just rock up on the day?
A. This workshop does have a max capacity, so please register on Eventbrite ASAP: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/data-visualisation-workshop-using-tableau-registration-70419956987. You are able to cancel your ticket prior to the event if you can no longer make it.
Q. Is food provided in this workshop?
A. Who doesn’t like free catering?!
See you there!
BISA – Business Information Systems Association
Beta Alpha Psi – University Of Sydney