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Tableau 2020.2 Introduces New Data Model for Powerful Multi-Source Analysis, Metrics for KPI Monitoring

Tableau Software, the leading analytics platform, announced the general availability of Tableau 2020.2, which delivers a brand new data model that simplifies the analysis of complex data with no coding or scripting skills required. Now it’s even easier for customers to answer complex business questions that span multiple database tables at different levels of detail. The latest release also introduces Metrics, a new mobile-first way for customers to instantly monitor key performance indicators (KPIs). Customers can instantly access these features, as well as brand new connectors for geospatial data, by upgrading to Tableau 2020.2. For more information on the latest features and to upgrade to Tableau 2020.2 today,

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“Now more than ever, organizations need a combination of speed, agility, and empowerment to ensure everyone is able to make data-driven decisions quickly,” said Francois Ajenstat, Chief Product Officer at Tableau Software. “With new data modeling capabilities, Tableau 2020.2 reduces the effort needed to analyze even the most complex datasets and simplifies analysis for anyone, regardless of expertise. In addition, Metrics enables everyone to instantly access the most vital data at their fingertips so they can make better decisions about their business from anywhere.”

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Powerful Modeling for Complex Data

Tableau’s new data modeling capabilities make it even easier to analyze data across multiple tables at different levels of detail. With a simple and visual drag-and-drop experience, relationships between tables can be created that automatically create accurate aggregations. This eliminates complex coding and reduces the risk of inaccuracies encountered with traditional database joins. For example, an organization can better plan for expected product return rates in a certain region by relating a table of sales orders with a table of historical returns, through a common zip code ID field. Relationships also make queries more efficient and performant and data sources easier to maintain. To make it easy for anyone to get started analyzing their data, Tableau’s new modern data model will automatically aggregate at the appropriate level of detail for the customer’s analysis.

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