In the recent months, 800 automotive executives from 38 countries gave their insights to KPMG. You can discover the key highlights of the KPMG Global Automotive Executive Survey in this eye-catching interactive Tableau story.
This is a fabulous example how you can use stories to present a narrative to an audience. Just as dashboards provide spatial arrangements of analysis that work together, stories present sequential arrangements of analysis that create a narrative flow for your audience.
Recently Tableau released an exciting new feature: R integration via RServe. Tableau with R seems to bring my data science toolbox to the next level! In this tutorial I’m going to walk you through the installation and connecting Tableau with RServe. I will also give you an example of calling an R function with a parameter from Tableau to visualize the results in Tableau.
1. Install and start R and RServe
You can download base R from r-project.org. Next, invoke R from the terminal to install and run the RServe package:
[Update 26 Jun 2016]: Tableau 8.1 screenshots were updated with Tableau 10.0 (Beta) screenshots due to my upcoming Advanced Analytics session at TC16, which is going to reference back to this blog post.
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