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Survey Data Using Tableau -- Online Class October 17 and 19 (two parts)

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More and more organizations are using Tableau to shine better light on their survey data. In these intensive hands-on sessions participants will learn both best practices in survey visualization and how to use Tableau to render these visualizations.

Topics we will explore include:

  • Reshaping and optimizing data for expedited visual analysis (getting the data "just so")
  • Tools for reshaping data
    • Tableau Add-in for Microsoft Excel
    • Tableau built-in pivot feature
    • Tableau 10.X ability to join different data sources
    • EasyMorph
    • Alteryx Designer
    • Qualtrics Tableau web data connector
  • Visualizing demographic data
  • Mapping all questions to all possible responses
  • Visualizing Yes / No / Maybe data (single punch)
  • Visualizing Check-all-that-apply data (multi punch)
  • Visualizing sentiment (divergent stacked bars and Top N Boxes)
  • Visualizing Likert-scale data
  • Net Promoter Score analysis and visualization
  • Benchmarking and jitter plots
  • Showing rank and magnitude
  • On-demand drill down
  • Dealing with weighted responses
  • Statistical significance and confidence
  • Comparing Importance with Satisfaction
  • Building interactive dashboards

DAY ONE (October 17)

10 AM to 2:15 PM Eastern Daylight Time (UTC -5)

DAY TWO (October 19)

10 AM to 2:15 PM Eastern Daylight Time (UTC -5)

All attendees will receive a 100-page student guide and sample files.

Requirements:

A computer with the following software installed:

  • Tableau 10.0 desktop or later
  • Microsoft Excel 2010, 2013, or 2016
  • A fast internet connection

Highly recommended:

Alteryx Designer (a 14-day trial version will be made available to all participants. You will receive instructions on how to download).

Prerequisites

Participants should have at least intermediate level understanding of Tableau. For example, you should be able to do the following:

  • Connect to non-survey data
  • Create visualizations with filters (bar charts, line charts for time series data, etc.)
  • Create simple dashboards
  • Understand the differences between a dimension and a measure, discrete vs. continuous, etc.
  • Be able to create a calculated field.

About the Instructor

Steve Wexler has worked with Gallup, Deloitte, Convergys, Consumer Reports, The Economist, Marist, Hyatt, and many other organizations to help them understand and visualize survey data using Tableau. He is one of only 27 Tableau Zen Masters and one of only six Tableau Iron Viz Champions worldwide. His training courses combine an extraordinary level of product mastery with the real-world experience gained through developing thousands of visualizations for dozens of clients.

In addition to his recognized expertise in data visualization and Tableau, Steve has decades of experience as a successful instructor in all areas of computer-based technology. Steve has taught thousands of people in both large and small organizations and is known for conducting his classes with clarity, patience and humor.

What people are saying about the class

"A huge thank you to Steve for offering this class. I have struggled with trying to learn Tableau and this class was a godsend. Steve explains things in accessible terms and step-by-step instructions so that I feel like I can really use this software after all. "

"Given Steve’s in-depth practical experience and discussion of many highly relevant real world examples attendees will come away with a full understanding of all steps required to analyze survey analysis in the most effective and flexible way. This class is a must for anyone who is analyzing survey data."

"I’ve been to every Tableau conference since the first, and discovered Steve and his amazing talents early on. Since then, I’ve never missed a presentation. I always learn something useful and innovative about survey analysis. I finally decided to take one of his on-line classes this year, and was really glad I did. It was an opportunity to learn at the foot of a master. Beyond the class itself, Steve was willing to spend time with me personally to walk me through some problems I’d been wrestling with. He has a real desire to teach others what he knows, and is incredibly generous with his time and knowledge."

"Your class was an eye opener on how to better structure our data, leverage calculations/visualizations that are more applicable to our data (% selected, % top rating, etc.) and generally make sense of our data. "

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