Frequently Asked Questions for Tableau
A Tableau assessment is an evaluation of an individual’s knowledge, skills, and experience with Tableau software. Tableau assessments can be used for a variety of purposes, such as evaluating the readiness of a team or individual to work on a Tableau project, or as part of a hiring process to evaluate the Tableau skills of job candidates.
Overall, the test is of intermediate level, some questions require intricate knowledge regarding Visualizations and Exploratory data analysis overall.
- Tableau Developer
- Tableau Designer
- Data Analyst (Tableau)
- Tableau Analyst
- Tableau Dashboards
- Tableau Charts
- Tableau Functions
- Visualizations in Tableau
- Additional Functions in Tableau
- Designing and developing interactive dashboards and visualizations: A Tableau Developer is responsible for designing and creating visualizations that effectively communicate insights and findings from data. This may involve selecting appropriate chart types and layouts, and using Tableau’s formatting and styling options to create visually appealing and effective visualizations.
- Connecting to and preparing data: A Tableau Developer is responsible for connecting to data sources and preparing data for use in dashboards and visualizations. This may involve tasks such as cleaning and formatting data, performing calculations and transformations, and optimizing data for performance.