Tableau, described as easy to use business intelligence software, is designed to help make data, spreadsheets, and charts more easily understandable to those who are not statisticians or accustomed to interpreting complex data.
It is available for free trial / purchase, and offers a variety of applications, such as desktop, server, online, and public versions.
After uploading data, the user is presented with a drag and drop system of visualizing them, seeing how the data are visualized as the changes are made. The software works with spreadshets, databases, cloud data, and big data sets. It is also possible to combine and easily switch between different sources of data.
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