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Data Visualization Using Tableau and Python

Development Academy of the Philippines
Enrollment is Closed

Course Overview

In this course, you will learn how to analyze through data visualization using the applications Tableau and Jupyter Notebook. Data visualization is best learned by doing it, so this course features hands-on lessons you can follow.

You should complete the Introduction to Data Visualization course to learn the principles of visualization. In this course, we jump straight into conducting data analysis. Although the course mentions Python, you don’t need to know Python. However, you need a basic understanding of programming and program logic. .

What You Will Learn

Upon completion of this course, the learners are expected to:

  • create various ways to visualize data using Tableau and Python;
  • explain and analyze visualized data by going through course activities and assessments; and
  • create dashboards that tell stories that are useful for your business.


You will need a computer or laptop with the folowing tools:

  • Tableau and Anaconda package tools for Jupyter and Python. The course will step you through how to download and install the required applications.

Note to SPARTA scholars: Upon enrollment, you will have 6 months to finish a SPARTA course. Failure to complete the course in 6 months and/or inactivity for 3 months will result in course access revocation.

Course Instructor

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Ruben Canlas Jr.

Subject Matter Expert

Course Content

Week 1: Install Tableau and Create Basic Charts

7 Videos | 3 Activities

3 Videos

  • Welcome to the course!
  • How to Install Tableau?
  • The Start Page UI
  • Creating your First Visualization
  • Measures and Dimensions
  • Other Visualizations in Tableau
  • Visually Exploring the Data

3 Activities

  • Recall Activities
  • Exit Assessment: Understanding Tableau

Week 2: Exploring Data with Dimensions

4 Videos | 3 Activities

4 Videos

  • Exploring Data using Visual Formatting
  • Exploring the Data using Dimensions
  • Enriching our Visual Analytics using the Profit Dimension (2 videos)

3 Activities

  • Recall Activities
  • Exit Assessment: Exploring Data with Dimensions

Week 3: Exploring the Spatial Dimension with Maps

5 Videos | 2 Activities

5 Videos

  • Exploring Location
  • Maps
  • Using Bar Charts to Find Negative Profit
  • Creating a Calculated Field
  • Finding Outliers and Doing Visual - What If Analysis

2 Activities

  • Recall Activity
  • Exit Assessment: Spatial Dimension with Maps

Week 4: Dashboards, Stories, and Sharing Views

3 Videos | 3 Activities

3 Videos

  • Steps in Creating Dashboards in Tableau
  • Creating Stories in Tableau
  • Ways to Share your Visualizations using Tableau

3 Activities

  • Recall Activities
  • Exit Assessment: Dashboards, Stories, and Sharing Views/li>

Week 5: Making a Philippine Map

5 Videos | 3 Activities

5 Videos

  • Creating a Philippine Map in Tableau
  • Doing Some Data Preparation
  • Ways in formatting the Map in Tableau
  • Adding Population Data to the PH Map
  • Exploring Population Data Through the Map

3 Activities

  • Recall Activities
  • Exit Assessment: Data Visualization Using Tableau

Week 6: Introduction to Jupyter Notebook and Python

9 Videos | 2 Activities

9 Videos

  • Overview
  • Steps in Installing Jupyter through Anaconda
  • The UI and Basic Commands
  • Jupyter and Markdown
  • Saving, Closing, and Shutting Down
  • Keyboard Shortcuts
  • Code Cells
  • Examining the Code Line by Line
  • Summary

2 Activities

  • Recall Activity
  • Exit Assessment: Jupyter Notebook and Python

Week 7: Doing More with Jupyter Visuals

13 Videos | 3 Activities

13 Videos

  • Basic Exploratory Data Analysis in Jupyter
  • Visual EDA: Box Plots
  • Understanding the Violin Shapes
  • Visual EDA: Violin Plots (2 videos)
  • Exploring Dimensions – Category Plots (2 videos)
  • Exploring More Visuals (2 videos)
  • Interactivity and Sharing (3 videos)
  • Key takeaways

3 Activities

  • Recall Activities
  • Exit Assessment: Jupyter Visuals
  • Final Exam
  1. Course Number

  2. Classes Start

  3. Classes End

  4. Estimated Effort

    1-2 hours/week (14 hours)
  5. Price