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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.

Valoración media

406 reseñas
  • 4.5 / 5
    En general
  • 4 / 5
    Facilidad de uso
  • 4 / 5
    Atención al cliente
  • 4.5 / 5
  • 4 / 5
    Relación calidad-precio

Detalles del producto

  • Versión gratuita
  • Implementación
    Instalado: Mac
    En la nube, SaaS, web
    Instalado: Windows
    Móvil: nativo de iOS
    Móvil: nativo de Android
  • Formación
    En persona
    En directo en línea
    Seminarios web
  • Asistencia
    Horas laborables
    En línea

Datos del proveedor

  • Tableau
  • https://www.tableau.com/
  • Fundada en 2003

Información sobre este software

Tableau helps people transform data into actionable insights that make an impact. Easily connect to data stored anywhere, in any format. Quickly perform ad hoc analyses that reveal hidden opportunities. Drag and drop to create interactive dashboards with advanced visual analytics. Then share your work with anyone and make an impact on your business. From global enterprises to early-stage startups and small businesses, people everywhere use Tableau to see and understand their data.

Funciones de Tableau

  • Análisis de regresión
  • Análisis de supervivencia
  • Análisis multivariante
  • Control estadístico de procesos
  • Creación de informes/análisis
  • Gestión de archivos
  • Presupuestos/Previsiones
  • Serie temporal
  • Visualización
  • Análisis ad hoc
  • Análisis de datos
  • Análisis de rentabilidad
  • Análisis predictivo
  • Benchmarking
  • Consulta ad hoc
  • Indicadores claves de rendimiento
  • Indicadores de tendencia y problemas
  • Informes ad hoc
  • Métricas de rendimiento
  • Panel de comunicaciones
  • Planificación estratégica
  • Presupuestos y previsiones
  • Procesamiento analítico en línea
  • Visualización de datos
  • Anotaciones
  • Análisis visual
  • Formularios de evaluación (scorecards)
  • Funciones y cálculos
  • Integraciones de fuente de datos
  • Interactivo
  • KPI
  • Paneles privados
  • Paneles públicos
  • Procesamiento analítico en línea
  • Temas
  • Widgets
  • Análisis
  • Creación de paneles de comunicaciones
  • Descubrimiento visual
  • Gestión de contenidos
  • Modelos de simulación
  • Procesamiento analítico en línea
  • Vistas filtradas
  • Visualización relacional
  • Arrastrar y soltar
  • Colaboración
  • Conectores de fuentes de datos
  • Creación de paneles de comunicaciones
  • Informes ad hoc
  • Informes de marketing
  • Informes de ventas
  • Informes financieros
  • Informes planificados y automatizados
  • Procesamiento analítico en línea
  • Profundizar
  • Proyecciones
  • Visualización de datos
  • Análisis de elementos
  • Análisis del sitio web
  • Cartografía de comportamientos
  • Cartografía radial
  • Cartografía territorial
  • Mapas dinámicos
  • Mapas integrables
  • Panel de comunicaciones
  • Para las ciencias
  • Para ventas

Últimas reseñas disponibles sobre Tableau

Tableau Desktop is my must-have software. I couldn't do my job without it (nor would I want to)!

En general
5 / 5
Facilidad de uso
5 / 5
Características y funcionalidad
5 / 5
Asistencia al cliente
5 / 5
Relación calidad-precio

Comentarios: Tableau has allowed our office to look at data in new ways. Whether we're using it for data exploration or dissemination, it makes the information easy to understand and use, even for newbies. In the past, we used spreadsheets and PDFs to share data with various constituents, but they were dense and only offered a static view of the data. Now, with interactive dashboards, end-users can not only search for the exact information they need, they can also see how it fits into the big picture. This capability has led people to ask more questions and actually get excited about data and assessment. Tableau allows us to answer those new questions quickly and accurately than before.

Puntos a favor: I have been using Tableau Desktop for over five years now and I still get excited about it. First, Tableau is so easy to learn and use--the intuitive interface allows even first-time users to create amazing visualizations. Second, Tableau is a time saver. What used to take me weeks now takes days and what used to take days now takes minutes. Third, Tableau is versatile. There are many different chart types available, and with the ability to tweak everything from size to font to color, your imagination is the only limit. Fourth, Tableau is always evolving and improving. With each update, Tableau adds new features and capabilities that continuously make my job easier to perform. The software is capable of connecting with data in many different formats from spreadsheets and SQL to PDF's and spatial files, making it useful for any field or company that works with data. I could go on and on about the benefits of using Tableau, but the best way to understand my enthusiasm is to try the product--it speaks for itself!

Puntos en contra: Sometimes large data files can take several minutes to load. Tableau allows for the creation of extracts to speed up the process, but the initial upload still takes time. Tableau also does not have an auto-save feature, which has caused me to lose work on several occasions.

A flexible and powerful tool

En general
5 / 5
Facilidad de uso
5 / 5
Características y funcionalidad
5 / 5
Asistencia al cliente
5 / 5
Relación calidad-precio

Comentarios: I am an analytics consultant and used to work mostly with SAP BW (Business Objects, Business Explorer, etc), Lumira, and Qlik Sense. My first contact with Tableau was very good, I've learned many things in a few days, it's very easy to use and also very powerful. I'm happy in working with this project because Tableau makes my experience much better, I'm liking it.

Puntos a favor: The easiness on creating simple reports don't obfuscate its power on creating complex dashboards. If you want to create a simple bar graph that shows your sales amount, you can do it easily and quickly, but it doesn't take out the tools and mechanisms that allows advanced users and consultants to do more, like creating complex non-existent (not ready-available in the tool, but possible) charts like exploded bar charts. It supports formulas and also have a very good engine for it, as you can define one and reference it by its name wherever you need.
As an analytics consultant, I've seen many other reporting tools, like Qlik View (and Sense), Power BI, SAP Lumira and so on, so I can tell that Tableau is a major competitor in segment.

Puntos en contra: A common problem that takes place inside large companies lies on the difference between how we think Tableau looks for data and how it actually does. At one of the cases we have SAP Hana as a database with its views as data source and Tableau as the reporting tool. Some of our dashboards have been stated as "slow", but we figured out that the problem was not on the columns that was available and being used by Tableau, but in the other columns. The Tableau doesn't ever create the same SQL as we are expecting for a situation, it has a complex way to determine the better SQL for the best user experience.
This slowness is known wherever you ask for "Tableau main problems".
So the problem was not entirely on Tableau, but in the way we created the views.
This is a very light con that has the main purpose to aware software buyers instead of saying "don't buy".
In short, the slowness may lie on data source instead of Tableau's engine. You should care about how data is delivered to it.