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July 11, 2018
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Today's companies rely on data to inform their business decisions, but most shot-callers don't have the time to pore over page after page of an Excel sheet. Instead, data visualization experts step in and distill those mounds of data into accessible and actionable insights, chiefly with tools like Tableau. The Complete Tableau 10 Data Science Bundle can help you join their ranks as a vital, data-driven professional, and it's on sale today for more than 90 percent off its usual price.

Designed for beginners and experts alike, this collection offers a comprehensive look at Tableau 10 and its data visualization applications. You'll follow along with guided examples as you learn how to represent data with KPI text tables, waterfall charts, population pyramids, and more. You'll dive into Tableau's more interactive visualizations, like dashboards and story points, and discover the best ways to turn your data sets into easy-to-digest information.

With the Complete Tableau 10 Data Science Bundle, you can catalyze your career as a data visualization expert and for a fraction of what it would normally cost. It's available on sale to Engadget readers for only $19.

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