Master Tableau, the data visualization and analytics tool.
Explore how to work with D3.js and dc.js.
Learn Processing, a tool for creative data visualizations.
Learn everything you need to know to analyze and display data using Tableau Desktop—and make better, more data-driven decisions for your company.
4h 41m • COURSE
Tableau 10 for Data Scientists with Matt Francis
Tableau was made for data science. Learn how to format and filter messy data, use Tableau for data analysis, and visualize data with maps and dashboards.
2h 24m • COURSE
Creating Interactive Dashboards in Tableau 10 with Nate Makdad
Explore and analyze your data using interactive dashboards in Tableau 10.
2h 24m • COURSE
Learning Data Visualization with D3.js with Ray Villalobos
2h 5m • COURSE
D3.js Essential Training for Data Scientists with Emma Saunders
Build beautiful and interactive data visualizations with D3. Learn to create tree diagrams, stack charts, spatial maps, and more, all with a web browser, a few lines of code, and the D3.js library.
4h 38m • COURSE
DC.js for Data Science Essential Training with Emma Saunders
Learn how to use DC.js in coordination with Crossfilter and D3.js to create interactive dashboards and widgets that display bar charts, scatterplots, heatmaps, and more.
5h 3m • COURSE
Creating Interactive Presentations with Shiny and R with Martin John Hadley
Make the results of big data analysis more compelling and clear. Learn how to create interactive presentations and dashboards with RStudio and Shiny.
1h 53m • COURSE
Processing: Interactive Data Visualization with Barton Poulson
Discover how to create compelling data visualizations using Processing, an open-source drawing and development environment.
7h 43m • COURSE
Creating Projects for Interactive Data Visualization with Processing with Barton Poulson
Challenge yourself with this series of real-world data visualization scenarios in Processing, an open-source drawing and development environment.
1h 41m • COURSE
You'll learn data visualization skills with these experts
Curt Frye is the president of Technology and Society, Incorporated.He is the author of more than 40 books, including Microsoft Excel 2019 Step by Step for Microsoft Press, and has created and recorded more than 60 courses for Lynda.com and LinkedIn Learning. As a speaker, he has presented talks on topics including "Rhetorical Mathematics" for CLE credit at the Law and Magic conference, "Business Storytelling Using Microsoft Excel" at the ATD-Cascadia annual conference, and his Improspectives® approach to applying the techniques of improv theater to business and life for numerous audiences. As a performer, he has appeared in over 1,300 improv comedy shows with ComedySportz Portland and presents his Magic of the Mind show to theatrical and corporate audiences.Curt earned his BA in political science from Syracuse University and his MBA from the University of Illinois.
Matt Francis loves data and using Tableau to create interactive data visualizations.
By day he works at one of the world's largest DNA sequencing labs. There he creates Tableau dashboards that enable the DNA sequencing pipelines to keep track of the thousands of DNA samples and the data they produce. Since discovering and installing Tableau four years ago, he has become a champion for Tableau within the institute and loves to share the good news of data viz to anyone who will listen.
By night Matt creates vizzes on Tableau Public, on topics ranging from sunspots and Premier League injuries to a treasure hunting game, malaria, and more. He is heavily engaged in the Tableau community through his blog, which contains tutorials and commentary, as well as Twitter (about one-third of his tweets are Tableau related). He is also cohost of The Tableau Wannabe Podcast, which features a mix of discussion, guest interviews, and good banter, making it a must-listen for all who love Tableau. Matt has interviewed many of the biggest names in Tableau, including Tableau CEO Christian Chabot.
He has attended the last seven Tableau Customer Conferences in London and presented at five of them, on topics ranging from storytelling with data to dashboard design and expert tips and tricks. He has also attended and presented at the last two Tableau Conferences in the United States.
Matt's proudest achievement to date occurred in 2014 when his contributions were acknowledged with the title of Tableau Zen Master.
Ray Villalobos is a full-stack design/development teacher and senior staff instructor at LinkedIn Learning.
Previously, as a director of multimedia for Entravision Communications, Ray managed a network of radio and TV station websites on the East Coast. He also designed large newspaper sites and created interactive projects/games for the Tribune network of newspapers. You can reach him on LinkedIn or through other social networks @planetoftheweb. Check out his personal blog at http://raybo.org.
Emma Saunders is a freelance data consultant specializing in data visualization on the web.
A graduate of Oxford University, Emma has 15 years of business experience, starting on the Shell graduate scheme, and moving to Credit Suisse, the UK financial regulator, and even working a brief spell as a journalist at the Financial Times in London. She has never worked in an IT department, but taught herself coding skills as they have become useful from job to job. She also ran her own online business for a few years from 2006, and coded an ecommerce site for that venture. She is available professionally via http://vizdata.co.uk.
Martin John Hadley is a technology and data science evangelist.
Martin has worked in both industry and academia to promote the use of interactive technologies for education and sharing of knowledge. Currently, they are an academic research technology specialist at the University of Oxford, with a special interest in data visualization and analysis using scripting languages. They were a consultant for Wolfram Research and the project manager for the Live Data Project, which seeks to make interactive data visualization available as a service to academics. Their background is in STEM and scientific computation, pulling from a diverse range of interdisciplinary physical sciences with an enthusiasm and proven capability to engage with complex projects and deliver results. Contact them on LinkedIn.
Barton Poulson is a professor, designer, and data analytics expert.
Barton has bridged the analytic and aesthetic for most of his life, with a background in industrial design, a Ph.D. in social and personality psychology, and a deep love for data analysis and data visualization as well as the visual and performing arts. Bart is an associate professor of psychology at Utah Valley University and has studied at Brigham Young University, the University of Utah, and the City University of New York. In his role as a teacher of research and analysis, he has conducted hundreds of studies with his students on topics from social identity and aspirations to implicit preferences for poetry and architecture. Bart and his wife, Jacque Lynn Bell, a modern dance choreographer, live with their three children in beautiful Salt Lake City.