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# In this assignment, you will use data software to create some visualizations. This assignment is designed to help you become familiar with the software and learn some new ways to visualize data.

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# BDA Assignment

In this assignment, you will use data software to create some visualizations. This assignment is designed to help you become familiar with the software and learn some new ways to visualize data. In the first part of this assignment, you should download the software and watch some beginning tutorial videos. In the second part, you should complete all the steps within the file and upload your finished assignment to blackboard.

# Part One: Installing the software.

1. Tableau has some great introductory videos, so check them out here: https://tableau.com/learn/training

# Part Two: Creating your first visualizations from data.

Key Tips as you get started:

• Whenever you see ‘Abc’ or ‘Abc123’ they are possibly referring to a symbol for a textbox (looks like the letter T in a box). It all depends on the version you

• Right-click drags on a Mac are Option + left click

Instructions:

All the instructions are located within the other attached file in the caption area to the right. You should start with worksheet 1 (bottom left) and work your way through the worksheets. You should also create a dashboard.

This assignment is mostly graded on your ability to complete the instructions and submit your assignment. I will review your submission for missed items and give you feedback on where you might have gone wrong.

To submit your assignment, you need to go File -> Print, and then save as a pdf. PLEASE ONLY UPLOAD A PDF to blackboard! Submit by clicking on the assignment title.

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