Tag Archives: Tableau

New Tableau training resources available

Information Quest has received many requests to hold training for Tableau consumers. There is also regular feedback that Tableau designers on campus often have to help their users understand how to interact and use the dashboards they create. We heard your requests. We recently published a series of videos along with corresponding documentation detailing how to use Tableau… Read More »

Register now for the Aug. 20 U-M Tableau Symposium

Reserve your spot for the second annual University Of Michigan Tableau Symposium, to be held August 20, 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Ross School of Business. Registration for the symposium will remain open until August 13 or the event capacity of 400 attendees is reached. Breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snacks will be provided. Because this symposium is sponsored by… Read More »

U-M Tableau Symposium 2019: Save the date and call for proposals!

The second annual University Of Michigan Tableau Symposium will be held on August 20, 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Ross School of Business.  Strengthen your Tableau skills as experts from Tableau and across campus (including ITS, HITS, and Michigan Medicine) hold workshops and presentations on best practices, tips and tricks, and advanced features. Speak with product consultants from… Read More »

Tableau and Business Objects training now available

The ITS Information Quest team is offering full-day trainings for Business Objects and Tableau. From beginning “how-to’s” to intermediate and advanced functionality, IQ can help you get the most out of these reporting tools. All classes are from 8-4 p.m. at Arbor Lakes. For either training, you are required to bring a laptop. For the Business Objects training… Read More »

ITS Information Quest hosts premier Tableau Symposium

The U-M Tableau Symposium hosted by the Information Quest team on August 27 was a great success. Tableau representatives opened the symposium with some background on how Tableau got started and delved into a few example cases which highlighted the ways U-M, and more specifically Michigan Medicine, can leverage the platform’s capabilities. The keynote speaker gave a brief… Read More »

First U-M Tableau Symposium August 27

By | August 14, 2018

The Information Quest team would like to invite you to the first ever U-M Tableau Symposium. Spend the afternoon building your Tableau skills and networking with other members of the university Tableau community, including the Michigan Medicine Analytics and Business Intelligence Team (ABI). Tableau (http://myumi.ch/6kZ8R) is a powerful tool used for business intelligence, data visualization, and analytics. U-M… Read More »

First-ever U-M Iron Viz Championship

It’s like “Iron Chef,” but with data instead of ingredients. The first-ever U-M Iron Viz Championship was held on November 30, 2017, in the Arbor Lakes Dome. Using Tableau Software’s visual analytics capabilities, data analysts were tasked with building a data visualization—or viz—in front of a live audience in just 20 minutes using 45,000+ rows of data about… Read More »

Tableau fundamentals training Nov. 20 & Dec. 18

By | November 8, 2017

The Information Quest & Michigan Medicine Tableau Teams are now able to offer additional spaces in the Fundamentals of Tableau training we are offering. This will be a basic introductory course for those just getting started with building (not consuming) reports and dashboards in Tableau. What: Tableau Fundamentals Training When: Monday, November 20th, from 8:30 AM to 4:00… Read More »

Tableau to end upgrade support for Windows 32-bit systems

By | August 11, 2017

Starting with Tableau 10.5 this fall, new versions of Tableau will only run on 64-bit operating systems. The upcoming release, Tableau 10.4, will be the last version of Tableau Desktop, Tableau Reader, and Tableau Public to support 32-bit Windows operating systems. (Mac users will be unaffected by this change.) Focusing on 64-bit operating system will allow faster new… Read More »

Get more from your data

Using Tableau Software’s visual analytics capabilities, the Analytics and Business Intelligence Team (ABI) helps Michigan Medicine units gain new insight from their data. (Formerly known as Fast Analytics, ABI is part of Health Information Technology & Services, HITS). Kelly Miller, application programmer/analyst with ABI, describes the basics of ABI and Tableau like this: “Imagine you have a pickup… Read More »