About Tableau Software
An American computer software company headquartered in Seattle, Tableau Software is on a mission to help people see and understand data. Tableau offers five main products: Tableau Desktop, Tableau Server, Tableau Online, Tableau Reader and Tableau Public.
Visual analytics in one click
Powerful analytics tools are within your reach. Dynamically filter data, split trends across several categories, and run in-depth cohort analysis. Double-click on geographic fields to place data on an interactive map. You can do all this without writing a single line of code.
Go deeper with your analysis by making new calculations on existing data. Drag and drop forecasts and reference lines, create box plots, and display statistical summaries of your data. Experiment with trend analysis, regressions, correlations, and much more. No need for a PhD in Statistics!
Management of metadata
Better interpret the available data, quickly and more easily. Rename fields, and change number formats. Break down your data into several fields, or create groups by combining fields. Create subsets with your data by simply selecting groups of points. Then use these sets to filter other views.
Integrated best practices
Directly in your workflow, you’ll benefit from several years of research on the best ways of representing data: charts with optimised colours, automatic types of graphs, and an elegant interface. Efficiently communicate your discoveries, and in an automated way.
Should you wish to work with your data offline, or place your data in memory, Tableau’s Data Engine enables you to extract your data to carry out ad-hoc analyses on significant volumes, in just a few seconds. Data Engine combines data base innovations with graphics to let you analyse data sets – even enormous sets – on a laptop or a mobile device.
Attractive and interactive maps are key to facilitating comprehension. Double-click on a geographic field to place data on a map. Make panoramas and zoom, filter and launch searches in order to best target your information. Thanks to detailed worldwide geographic data, you’ll get answers to your questions, whether they involve Australian postal codes or Brazilian towns.
Learn more: https://www.tableau.com/
Import analytics data
To get started, simply download the Tableau desktop application https://www.tableau.com/fr-fr/support/releases and install it onto your computer.
Once the application has been installed and opened, you can begin importing your data.
The application lets you import from different sources of data: flat files, web data or even SQL server data.
Import AT Internet data
To import your AT Internet data into Tableau Software, please use the web data connector feature available in the drop-down menu (More servers > Web data connector).
You’ll get access to the Web Data Connector interface where you’ll need to enter the following URL in order to connect to your AT Internet interface and import your data:
Paste this URL into the navigation bar (shown in pink in the screenshot below):
Enter your AT Internet credentials: login and password
Choose which data to import
After entering your login and password, a new window will open.
1: You’ll have two choices: Either select a standard template, or a custom template.
Standard templates: Connect multi-site data with standard dimensions and metrics (like those in the API)
Custom templates: Connect your own Data Query templates with custom metrics or segments, for each of your sites (please note: multiple sites are not possible in this second option, as in the AT Internet API).
2: Enter the name you wish to give to the AT Internet data source which will appear in Tableau Software.
3: Select the site name whose data you want to import. It’s also possible to enter a level 2 site.
4: Enter the desired period. Entering a period is not required. By default, without any period selected, we’ll show you data from the previous day in Tableau.
5: Prior to this crucial last step, it’s necessary to select the template to import.
Please note, you may only import one template at a time. Please repeat the operation as many times as necessary.
6: Click on Test to know the number of rows contained in your request.
In the above case, as the request contains 833 rows, all data will be imported upon clicking Import data.
Find imported data in Tableau
Once you’re connected to the data source, dimension and measure fields are displayed in the Data window on the left-hand side of your workbook.
1: Find the name given to your setup in the previous steps (see #2 above).
In the left-hand menu, you can also identify all other data sources that have been loaded (ex: CRM).
2: Find imported metrics in the format "M Metric name".
3: Find imported dimensions in the format "D Dimension name".
4: Create your views in different tabs of your workbook (ex: Visits by country).
To create a view, simply drag fields from the Data window, and drop them onto shelves. To learn more about using Tableau, please see the various trainings offered by Tableau Software: Visit http://www.tableau.com/learn/training
5: Summarise all views in a dashboard (ex: Dashboard 1).
Once you’ve created a view, you can integrate it into a history. The Story Points feature in Tableau lets you present links between occurrences, add context, and show how decisions influence results.
To learn more about using Tableau, please see the various trainings offered by Tableau Software: Visit http://www.tableau.com/learn/training
Share your analyses
With Tableau, get actionable information and share it with the entire company in just minutes.
Tableau Desktop: Create impactful visualisations with all types of data. It’s simple and quick. Data visualisation and interactive dashboards.
Use hundreds of data sources.
Tableau Server: Share dashboards and data. Collaborate while respecting governance rules. Keep your data safely on your servers.
Use Tableau Mobile to access your data from everywhere.
Tableau Online: Forget material setups. Get analyses in the cloud for teams of all sizes. Reliable, secure, and always up-to-date.
Use Tableau Mobile to access your data from everywhere.
Share on Tableau Server or externally
Workbooks often call on external resources. If you wish to share your workbook with someone who doesn’t have access to the resources referenced, or doesn’t have access to Tableau Server, you can save your workbook, then send it as a complete workbook.
Find more details in Tableau’s knowledge base: http://kb.tableau.com/articles/knowledgebase/sending-packaged-workbook?
Publish shared data models on the data server in order to make them available to everyone on your team. Define data sources, add metadata and create entirely new calculations and data fields that everyone can use. Help your company to have a single reliable source of information.
Manage your dashboards’ permissions with ease. Tools like visual authorisation management will simplify administrators’ daily tasks.
Share on Tableau Online or Tableau Public
You can also choose to share your data in Tableau Online or Tableau Public (hosted in the Cloud and not on Tableau Server).
Data in Tableau Online and Tableau Public are accessible from all devices in responsive mode or via dedicated applications.
Tableau Mobile is the fastest and most comfortable way to keep your data handy. Get answers to your questions in just a few taps and swipes, thanks to simple-to-use Tableau Mobile. Access your data from wherever you are.
Share a printable PDF
It’s also possible to download a PDF from a workbook you’ve created.
Activating this partnership activates the export of AT Internet data into Tableau Software. Only the data necessary for the proper functioning of the bridge are exported.