Over the past month, Andy Kriebel has been building all of these charts in Tableau so that everyone in the Tableau Community would have examples they could use and learn from. He refers to it as a labor of love. He has had this reviewed and vetted by his team at The Information Lab as he iterated his way through creating this. This episode talks about the legends of visualization, Andy Kriebel and Eva Murray, and their brand new creation, Makeover Monday book. They talk about visua. Andy, a member of the Tableau Zen Master Hall of Fame, started using Tableau in 2007 when he was desperate for help to quickly create dashboards using SSAS cubes. Since then, it’s been Andy’s personal mission to help as many people as possible “see and understand” their data with Tableau, which is the focus of his role as Head Coach at.While hammering out the details of the Hands On Session I will be co-presenting, I saw that Andy Kriebel has just uploaded his 1000th blog post over at vizwiz.com.
Tableau Public Andy KriebelAndy, who I have not met, is one of our Zen masters and has been a tremendous advocate for Tableau for years. This post is a sincere homage to Tableau Public (free!) and I look forward to the next 1000 posts Andy writes.
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