QMB 6358 University of South Florida Tableau Dashboard Project

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6/18/2020 About the Tableau Dashboard Project: QMB6358.020U20.56507 Data Analytics for Business About the Tableau Dashboard Project Project Description The purpose of this analytics project will be the creation of an interactive dashboard for a business problem (of your choice) and tell a data story around that business problem using the software Tableau. Tableau is a great tool for telling stories with data; take a look for instance at the video in this link: www.tableau.com/solutions/customer/storytelling-data-0 (https://www.tableau.com/solutions/customer/storytelling-data-0) You can find download instructions and access codes for Tableau on the next page. Your task is the creation of an interactive business dashboard based on your own experience and interest. To that end, you are asked to first identify a data-driven problem (i.e. you are asked to identify a research problem that is of interest to you and an accompanying set of data). Then, using your data, you are asked to build a dashboard around that data (using Tableau) in order to address your research problem. Once complete, you are asked to upload your Tableau business dashboard and then submit the URL link via Canvas. This project is intentionally very open-ended and allows for a lot of creativity, both in the identification of a suitable (and interesting) data-driven business problem, as well as in the implementation and solution of this problem using one of the most powerful visualization software packages Tableau. Have fun with this project and be creative! Please note that this project is not due until the end of the course. https://usflearn.instructure.com/courses/1436078/pages/about-the-tableau-dashboard-project?module_item_id=15713315 1/1 6/18/2020 Inspiration & Data Resources: QMB6358.020U20.56507 Data Analytics for Business Inspiration & Data Resources Read & Practice Gallery of Tableau Dashboard Before getting started, get yourself inspired by some of these very cool Tableau dashboards: http://public.tableau.com/en-us/s/gallery (http://public.tableau.com/en-us/s/gallery) Potential Data Resources Below are links to some public sources of data. While I would prefer that you identify your own data (based on your interests and experience), feel free to check out the sources below. http://www.kaggle.com/ http://databib.org/ (http://www.kaggle.com/) (http://databib.org/) http://www.re3data.org/ (http://www.kaggle.com/) (http://databib.org/) (http://www.re3data.org/) http://archive.ics.uci.edu/ml/datasets.html http://lib.stat.cmu.edu/datasets/ (https://archive.ics.uci.edu/ml/datasets.html) (http://lib.stat.cmu.edu/datasets/) (http://lib.stat.cmu.edu/datasets/) http://www.forbes.com/sites/bernardmarr/2016/02/12/big-data-35-brilliant-and-free-datasources-for-2016/#483bc0dd6796 (http://www.forbes.com/sites/bernardmarr/2016/02/12/bigdata-35-brilliant-and-free-data-sources-for-2016/#483bc0dd6796) http://www.smartdatacollective.com/bernardmarr/235366/big-data-20-free-big-data-sourceseveryone-should-know (http://www.smartdatacollective.com/bernardmarr/235366/big-data-20free-big-data-sources-everyone-should-know) http://www.scribblelive.com/blog/2012/03/30/data-sources/ (http://www.scribblelive.com/blog/2012/03/30/data-sources/) https://usflearn.instructure.com/courses/1436078/pages/inspiration-and-data-resources?module_item_id=15713319 1/1 6/18/2020 Getting Started with Tableau: QMB6358.020U20.56507 Data Analytics for Business Getting Started with Tableau Watch & Practice Tableau Practice Tableau provides a very simple and intuitive interface for creating dashboards. First, you create one (ore more) summaries and visualizations based on your data. You can make your summaries and visualizations interactive by adding filters (Analysis > Quick Filters), creating different components. Then, you can drag-and-drop each of these components into your dashboard. See some of the videos below for more tips and tricks on using Tableau. You can also review my very simple Tableau dashboard here (https://usflearn.instructure.com/courses/1436078/files/90196384/download?wrap=1) (you will also need the data source, the house price data, which is here (https://usflearn.instructure.com/courses/1436078/files/90196706/download?wrap=1) (https://usflearn.instructure.com/courses/1436078/files/90196706/download?wrap=1) ). Tableau: Creating and Deplo… Deplo… Best Practices for Data Visu… Visu… https://usflearn.instructure.com/courses/1436078/pages/getting-started-with-tableau?module_item_id=15713321 1/1 6/18/2020 Deploying Your Dashboard Online: QMB6358.020U20.56507 Data Analytics for Business Deploying Your Dashboard Online Practice Deploy Your Dashboard Online Once you have completed your Tableau dashboard, please deploy it online and submit the URL link to your dashboard via Canvas. To that end, please follow the following steps: Tableau has an area for public upload and display of dashboards. Please go to https://public.tableau.com/ (https://public.tableau.com/) and create a profile (it is free). Then, open your Tableau dashboard, go to Server > Tableau Public and click on "Save to Tableau Public". Sign into your Tableau profile. Tableau will ask you to first extract your data and upload it to its server. Once that is done (you might have to go back to Server > Tableau Public and click once again on "Save to Tableau Public"), Tableau will upload your dashboard and open a new browser page with the uploaded dashboard. For instance, you can see my very simple Tableau dashboard here (https://public.tableau.com/profile/wolfgang.jank#!/vizhome/VerySimpleDashboardInteractiveScatterplot/Dashboard1) . For more details on how to publish your dashboard, see also instructions provided by Tableau (https://help.tableau.com/current/guides/get-started-tutorial/en-us/get-started-tutorialshare.htm) . Again, be sure to publish to the public server (public.tableau.com) as the other options are password protected (and I would not be able to access them). Copy the link of your dashboard and submit the link via Canvas (please submit the link on the next page of this module). That's it! Your Tableau dashboard is now public and you can share it with your friends and family (and also with potential employers, if you are on the job market). What better way to "prove" that you can do analytics to a potential employer than to show them directly some of your work. https://usflearn.instructure.com/courses/1436078/pages/deploying-your-dashboard-online?module_item_id=15713323 1/1 6/18/2020 Practice & Implementation: QMB6358.020U20.56507 Data Analytics for Business Practice & Implementation Please review the below videos on loading data into Tableau, creating several simple Tableau graphs, creating a dashboard from your Tableau graphs and uploading your Tableau dashboard to the public Tableau server public.tableau.com Tableau Demo.mp4 (https://usflearn.instructure.com/courses/1436078/files/90196662/download? wrap=1) Publishing to Tableau Server.mp4 (https://usflearn.instructure.com/courses/1436078/files/90196690/download?wrap=1) You can find the finished Tableau dashboard here (https://public.tableau.com/profile/anuradha1188#!/vizhome/DirectMarketinganalysis/DirectMarketing Analysis) https://usflearn.instructure.com/courses/1436078/pages/practice-and-implementation?module_item_id=15713325 1/1
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