Data is becoming ever more important in the corporate sector, driving decisions made by executives worldwide. Instead of poring over countless spreadsheets, data visualization tools provide clear and concise insights. Tableau 10 is one such tool, and while it's a powerful asset, it takes a bit of training to operate.
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