The Tableau best practices checklist is designed to provide developers with key questions to ask when designing a dashboard. The checklist serves as a resource for designers before, during, and after the dashboard is built. The components of the checklist ensure that the dashboard is following Tableau best practice standards and best-serves the desired audience. This checklist is intended to make you aware of the things to consider.
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The month before the birth of my first child, a coworker shared a tweet with me where a couple leveraged Glow Baby app data to visualize the paternity leave experience in an augmented reality software. The Tableau nerd in me couldn’t resist, and I set out to collect and visualize my own paternity leave data in my preferred software, Tableau.
Around the world and across industries, organizations are making huge investments in analytics technology with the desire to become driven by data. According to a Gartner study of Chief Data Officers, by 2022, 90% of corporate strategies will explicitly mention information as a critical enterprise asset, and analytics as an essential competency. However, just purchasing data analytic tools does not always lead to increased customer acquisition or loyalty, revenue or performance impacts. Creating a culture of data within your organization means changing attitudes and habits, while ensuring data is at the core of everything you do.
Is your team and management frustrated by time wasted on manual reports? Are departments operating in silos, unable to produce consistently accurate data? Investing in a long-term business intelligence (BI) strategy can help your organization save time, money, and gain valuable insights. Developing a thorough BI roadmap consisting of a data management platform, analytical tools, and data governance that are uniform across the enterprise will drastically reduce manual processes and produce more accurate and insightful reporting.
Public-facing dashboards provide transparency and accessibility, build connection and trust within communities, and empower leaders and residents to make data-backed decisions. In the past year our communities have faced the COVID -19 pandemic head-on. It’s no surprise that this led to a rise in dashboard use among state and local governments as well as the public. From tracking coronavirus cases to tracking vaccination rates, many government organizations know the benefit of visualizing data and then making that visual available to the public.