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About Tableau

Tableau allows you to quickly make large and unmanageable data into easy-to-read overviews. You can convert data into charts, tables and other graphic visualisations. These visualisations can easily be shared with others.

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Download Tableau before the class

To participate in the workshop, you need to first install Tableau.

UiS does not provide Tableau, but students at UiS have access to a free license. Staff at UiS who are going to use Tableau for research or teaching also have access to a free license.

Other people who want to use Tableau can download a 14-day trial

Student at UiS

Tableau for students.

Staff at UiS

Tableau for research or teaching.


14-days trial of Tableau.

Workshop in Tableau

The workshop will go through data management and what to keep in mind when you are working with data and visual communication. We will go through the Tableau user interface and how to create graphs, storyboards and stories, before we work on example data sets or your own data if you prefer.

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Targent audience: Students and staff at UiS

Equipment : 
Your own laptop with Tableau installed and an active Tableau license 

Prior knowledge needed: 

Duration: 3 hours

After the class you should know:

  • What to focus on when you are processing data
  • When and why you use visual communication
  • How to manage large amounts of data with Tableau
  • How to use most of Tableaus visualisation tools
  • How to build a dashboard and a story
  • How to export your visualisations

Questions? Contact:

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Stavanger University Library

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