Dabbling in Tableau (Optional)
Getting started in Tableau
Using Tableau Online – a full feature online workbook editor that is contained entirely in the browser.
Step 1: Account setup
You’ll need to create a Tableau account (if you don’t already have one), then use the link to navigate to the course’s page.
Ending where we started… with 10 Graphs
Q1. A bar graph showing how the mean of a continuous variable changes across different levels of a categorical variable.
Q2. A bar graph showing how the total of a continuous variable changes across different levels of a different categorical variable.
Q3. A line graph summarizing a variable over a date variable
Q4. A scatter plot showing the relationship between any two continuous measures
Q5. A scatter plot showing the relationship between any two continuous measures, with a third (categorical variable) mapped to the color mark
Q6. A bar graph showing how the average of a continuous variable varies across two distinct categorical variables
Q7. A histogram of a continuous variable
Q8. A plot that uses the “size” Mark
Q9. A polygon map showing total box office by franchise, where colors denote different genres
Q10. Something else you haven’t done!
Bonus. Add your four favorites to a dashboard.