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Save 10% on Tableau training in Washington DC

Posted By: Maddison

Date: Wed, 12 Jun 2019

Price: Best Offer

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Tableau help dataholics see and understand their data due to which it is popularly known as the Data Visualization Software. Tableau is primarily used in the Business Intelligence industry for data visualization related tasks. Due to its drag and drop feature, the software is easily learned with zero technical skills and no understanding of coding. Tableau provides real-time analysis, data blending, an alliance of data with no prior knowledge of coding. As the business is growing rapidly using artificial intelligence, the requirement of Business Intelligence Analyst is also increasing with this. An average salary of Business Intelligence Analyst in Washington DC with the knowledge of Tableau is approximately $83,233/Year. As per the research, Tableau is acknowledged as a leader in the era of data visualization. JanBask Training provides an excellent opportunity for the people who have no or less coding knowledge but have good analytical skills which they can use in the growth of the business. Our motive is to furnish you with the extreme training that will make you an expert, and no organization will reject you. In this course curriculum, you will be trained with the concepts like- Data visualization methods using tableau, basic and advanced data transformation techniques, working with the tableau software, tableau server admin and developer concepts, maintenance, backup, and data recovery, etc. Find below the few highlights of the course training:


Economical prices and flexible class timings
Project-based Live Learning
24x7 assistance and access to your learning management system
The eclectic and certification-based course curriculum
Daily assignments
Doubts and query sessions
A free quiz for self-analysis
A free demo session
Personalized user experience
Interesting Learning Resources such as PPT’s, MCQ’s, videos, etc.
Learn from your comfort


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