von Tableau

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Wer nutzt diese Software?

Tableau empowers people throughout the organization to easily ask and answer questions of their data in real-time, leading to smarter business decisions every day.

Durchschnittliche Bewertung

847 Bewertungen
  • Gesamt 4.5 / 5
  • Benutzerfreundlichkeit 4 / 5
  • Kundenservice 4 / 5
  • Funktionen 4.5 / 5
  • Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis 4 / 5


  • Kostenlose Version Ja
  • Kostenlose Testversion Ja
  • Einsatz Installiert - Mac
    Cloud, SaaS, Web
    Installiert - Windows
    Mobile - iOS Native
    Mobile - Android Native
  • Training Persönlich
    Live Online
  • Kundenbetreuung Support währen der Geschäftszeiten

Angaben zum Hersteller

  • Tableau
  • Gegründet 2003

Über Tableau

The Tableau platform provides the breadth and depth of capabilities that enterprises need, and adapts to your environment with unmatched flexibility and choice, while meeting the toughest governance and security requirements.
People love using Tableau because it is both powerful and intuitive. Tableau leads the industry with the most passionate user community, over 80,000 customers, and a commitment to customer-focused innovation.

Tableau Funktionen

  • Ad-hoc-Analyse
  • Ad-hoc-Anfrage
  • Ad-hoc-Berichte
  • Benchmarking
  • Dashboard
  • Datenanalyse
  • Datenvisualisierung
  • Kostenplanung und Prognosen
  • Leistungskennzahlen
  • OLAP
  • Prädiktive Analytik
  • Rentabilitätsanalyse
  • Strategische Planung
  • Trend- / Problemindikatoren
  • Wichtige Leistungsindikatoren (Key Performance Indicators, KPI)
  • Anmerkungen
  • Datenquelle-Integrationen
  • Funktionen / Berechnungen
  • Interaktiv
  • KPIs
  • OLAP
  • Private Dashboards
  • Themen
  • Visuelle Analytik
  • Wertungslisten
  • Widgets
  • Öffentliche Dashboards
  • Datenabgleich
  • Datenklassifizierung
  • Datenvorbereitung in Selbstbedienung
  • Erkennung sensibler Daten
  • Kontextuelle Suche
  • Verringerung falscher Positive
  • Visuelle Analytik
  • Daten-Identifizierung
  • Datenvisualisierung
  • Empfindungsanalyse
  • Prädiktive Analytik
  • Regressionsanalyse
  • Statistische Modellierung
  • Textanalyse
  • Verarbeitung von hohen Volumen
  • Datenanalyse
  • Datenerfassung
  • Datenintegration
  • Datenmigration
  • Datenqualitätskontrolle
  • Datensicherheit
  • Information Governance
  • Kundendaten
  • Match & Merge
  • Stammdatenverwaltung
  • Analytik
  • Content-Management
  • Dashboard-Erstellung
  • Gefilterte Ansichten
  • OLAP
  • Relationales Display
  • Simulationsmodelle
  • Visuelle Entdeckung
  • Dashboard
  • Dynamische Karten
  • Einbettbare Karten
  • Element-Analytik
  • Für den Vertrieb
  • Für die Wissenschaft
  • Radiale Abbildung und Zuordnung
  • Territoriales Mapping
  • Verhalten-basiertes Mapping
  • Website-Analytik
  • Anmerkungen
  • Datenvisualisierung
  • Empfindungsanalyse
  • Forschung mit gemischten Methoden
  • Kollaboration
  • Media-Analytik
  • Mehrsprachig
  • Nutzerforschungsanalyse
  • Qualitative komparative Analyse
  • Quantitative Inhaltsanalyse
  • Statistische Analyse
  • Textanalyse
  • Anpassbares Dashboard
  • Berichtsexport
  • Datenquellen-Verbinder
  • Drag & Drop
  • Drill-Down
  • Finanzberichte
  • Geplante / automatisierte Berichte
  • Marketing-Berichte
  • OLAP
  • Prognose
  • Verkaufsberichte
  • Compliance-Verfolgung
  • Dateispeicherung
  • Erkennung von Zusammenhängen
  • Multivariate Statistik
  • Prognose
  • Regressionsanalyse
  • Statistische Prozess-Kontrolle
  • Statistische Simulation
  • Zeitreihen
  • Überlebensanalyse

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Die hilfreichsten Reviews für Tableau

Tableau Lets You Become Productive in Minutes

Mit Google übersetzen Bewertet am 24.1.2019
Business Intelligence Analyst
Verteidigung & Raumfahrt, 10.001+ Mitarbeiter
Verwendete die Software für: Mehr als 2 Jahre
Quelle des Nutzers 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Eigenschaften & Funktionalitäten
5 / 5
Wahrscheinlichkeit der Weiterempfehlung:
Unwahrscheinlich Äußerst wahrscheinlich

Kommentare: Tableau and especially Tableau server has helped our business share data much more efficiently and accurately than the old method of emailing spreadsheets and presentations around. The ability for anyone to manipulate the data and answer their own questions allows analysts to concentrate on the truly difficult and unique problems instead of cranking out a never-ending series of custom reports. Having the data connected to live source or warehoused data means everyone is up to date all the time.

Vorteile: Tableau is exceptionally easy to pick up and be productive, and has the ability to connect to almost any data source you can imagine, including REST APIs (though this is a pretty advanced process). Cross database joins are an amazing feature that allow you to mix data from Excel, Oracle, MySQL and others on a single dashboard. There are a ton of online resources available from Tableau, and the broader user community which help you in the event that you get stuck on a thorny issue. Tableau also supports the Tableau Public desktop software which allows anyone to create and share visualizations for free on the web (though data sources are severely limited with Tableau Public).

Nachteile: Price is an issue, particularly if you're an individual or a small business. Woe be unto you if you're a small business and you'd like to set up a Tableau server. There are some functions which we've all grown accustomed to in Excel which new users will expect to be in Tableau but just aren't--robust Conditional Formatting, for instance. However, in most cases there are workarounds and other ways of accomplishing the same task. While it's easy to become quickly productive, most users will outgrow the easy stuff pretty quickly as they attempt join new data sources, or produce more complicated visualizations.

Tableau Rocks!

Mit Google übersetzen Bewertet am 7.1.2019
Griffin B.
Senior Strategic Planning Analyst
Gastgewerbe, 1.001-5.000 Mitarbeiter
Verwendete die Software für: Mehr als 2 Jahre
Quelle des Nutzers 
3 / 5
4 / 5
Eigenschaften & Funktionalitäten
4 / 5
Wahrscheinlichkeit der Weiterempfehlung:
Unwahrscheinlich Äußerst wahrscheinlich

Kommentare: Overall, Tableau is a fantastic program for getting automated reports created, published, and off your plate! The visuals are amazing and the subscriptions and alert system are my absolute favorite. The software has its quirks but I've yet to have a problem I couldn't logically program my way around with a little time spent on web forums. Amazing software, very useful, exciting to use!

Vorteile: I love Tableau because, to me, there is almost nothing else out there that does data visualization so quickly and so effectively. I love that you can import almost any kind of data source (I only use SQL or Excel as sources, but there are hundreds of other options). I love that you can then add your own calculated fields, group data into custom buckets, and create parameters which the user can input on the published workbook. I love that you can visualize the data so quickly and in so many ways (with color and shape/size as further attributes). It's like a pivot chart in Excel but so much more agile to use! Finally, I love that you can then build dashboards with these individual reports/worksheets that you create, publish them onto the web, and essentially "set it and forget it," thereby providing your end users with future reporting that is automatic and requires no further work on your end! The real beauty is the creation of alerts and subscriptions, which can email users on a schedule or depending on certain conditions. That's when life really gets exciting--it's like having a full-time robot managing your processes!

Nachteile: I definitely wish Tableau could write back to a database. That would be amazing. I've heard it's in the works, but for now, it's still just on my wish list. I dislike various aspects about Tableau that can make it quite tricky to use. When you publish a data source, you should really publish it first before creating any calculated fields, groups, or parameters. Otherwise, it becomes much more difficult to edit these fields later as you have to re-download the published data source to make your edits to those fields, and then republish your data source, which results in my having to ask IT to re-input the server refresh password to get the data to refresh on a schedule again. This is a tremendous headache. So it's best to create and save new fields at the workbook level, not the data source level. There are also a great many bugs I still run into with Tableau from time to time. Strange behaviors that show me it was created by a human being, as all software is. There is usually a way to figure out a workaround but you have to get creative. Tableau is quirky, for sure. Some actions in the local program work great but don't necessarily translate to the web form. For example, if you create a calculated field that depends on data from two different sources, that works great locally, but it doesn't work well once you publish those data sources to the Tableau Server, because, for some reason, it does not allow the calculation to draw from the separately published data.

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