Relationships are new to Tableau 2020.2 and later. Relationships are a dynamic, flexible way to combine data from multiple tables for analysis. Of course, the joins and unions you've come to love from Tableau are still available too. There are some huge advantages to this new model - flexibility, automatic selection of how to join data, being aware of which fields from which tables are used, and many others.
This webinar will focus on what relationships are in Tableau, why and when to use them, and a practical example of how to use them. It will run about 30 minutes, plus about 10 minutes of questions after.
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The Canadian Higher Education Tableau User Group (CHETUG) brings together higher education professionals from across Canada and helps them expand their Tableau skillsets, get inspired from others in the space, and uncover insight through using Tableau Desktop, Prep, Server, and Online. This CHETUG is sponsored by Plaid (https://plaid.is).