Tableau Public
Tableau Public
2020.2.2

0.5

Tableau Public free download for Mac

Tableau Public2020.2.2

24 June 2020

Free data-visualization.

Overview

Tableau Public is a free service that lets anyone publish interactive data visualizations to the web. Visualizations that have been published to Tableau Public ("vizzes") can be embeded into webpages and blogs, they can be shared via social media or email, and they can be made available for download to other users. Visualizations are created in the accompanying app Tableau Desktop Public edition (or another edition of Tableau Desktop) -- no programming skills are required. Tableau Public is for anyone interested in understanding data and sharing those findings as data visualizations with the world. Journalists, writers, bloggers, students, professors, hobbyists, critics, citizens, and more. As soon as a workbook is published to Tableau Public, the viz is accessible by anyone on the internet.

What's new in Tableau Public

Version 2020.2.2:
Resolved issues:
  • When an English workbook with Union Data is opened in Non-English Tableau Desktop versions 2020.1 and over, there are added Non-English translation of 'Sheet' and 'Table Name' fields added to the Union resulting in "Unknown Column Error"
  • Sometimes when using Explain Data, the error, "unable to poll port number of Yaxcatd" would occur.
  • Selecting "Update Now" with a grouped Dimension when using Quickbooks Online resulted in the error: 6EA18A9E.
  • The RANK_DENSE function tooltip would sometimes show "Ausdruck" instead of the correct expression when the German language was previously set.
  • When publishing to a Tableau Server Site with more than 3,000 projects, not all projects displayed.
  • Using a published Spatial file and an action filter from one dashboard to another dashboard, the resulting map displayed no data when the secondary dashboard used a different primary data source.
  • Nested calculation execution time increased with some visualizations.
  • SAP BW extract refresh would sometimes fail due to a timeout limit.
  • Some of the regions of Ghana were not recognized.
  • Using Tableau Desktop command line tool to refresh extracts "tableau refreshextract" sometimes resulted with "Internal error"
  • SAML SSO sometimes failed with the following error "ERROR 6: SSL handshake failed".

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How would you rate Tableau Public app?

5 Reviews of Tableau Public

Derekcurrie
25 July 2019
Version: 2019.2.2

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MU oddly doesn't at this time list Tableau Creator, which is required for building visualizations that can be shared by Tableau Public. Tableau Creator is subscription-ware starting at $70 per user per month. There is a free trial available. See the developer's website for details.
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Derekcurrie
25 July 2019
Version: 2019.2.2
MU oddly doesn't at this time list Tableau Creator, which is required for building visualizations that can be shared by Tableau Public. Tableau Creator is subscription-ware starting at $70 per user per month. There is a free trial available. See the developer's website for details.
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0.5
plonchar
21 February 2019
Version: 2019.1.0
I meet all the system requirements and have tried installing Tableau on my Mac. It says it installed successfully but blows up as soon as I launch the app. I am disappointed
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eric-117
23 November 2017
Version: 10.4.1
This looks like a very useful app. Will have to give it a good run through. By the way, there are many how-to videos on YouTube for this (e.g., search Tableau Public).
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jerry-turi
02 February 2017
Version: 10.1.4
Very interested in this app, interface is nice and modern. I will be testing it when I get back to the office. How do you find it compare to big names like SAS and Cognos?
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5
Ervins Strauhmanis
03 November 2016
Version: 10.1.0
Tableau shines in the visualization of a data, in creating interactive dashboards—comparing it to a more traditional Excel. If that is your focus, then this tool should pretty much suit or even exceed your needs. BTW, to shorten your learning curve, you can study Tableau with video tutorials over at Lynda.com: https://www.lynda.com/search?q=Tableau
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