Some of you approached me after class asking me for Tableau tutorials. In case you haven’t seen them already, have a look at their training page. (See “On Demand” section)
Please review the material and content I posted:
- Instructions for Assignment 2
- Readings Lecture 4
- Slides Lecture 3 / Links to RaphaelJS and underscore.js
Shoot an email to DH if you have any questions about the assignment or readings.
As announced last class, the class and wait list have been processed. Your status should be updated in Bearfacts.
Also, please remember that Assignment 1 is due Tuesday before class starts. We will deduct 10% for every 24 hours that an assignment is handed in late.
A few more things about how to get Tableau running. On your Mac and otherwise:
- Apparently the licenses we got are specific to Tableau V 6.1. I will receive updated licenses for the recently released V 7.0 on Monday. You’ll receive an email with instructions as soon as I get them.
- As discussed in class, you can run Windows on your Mac by installing it in a virtual environment. Oracle Virtual Box is free and reliable. Here’s what you have to do to get Windows (and thus Tableau) running on your Mac:
The slides for yesterday’s lecture and lab are up on the class website.
- If you’re an I School student: subscribe via email to Majordomo
by sending email to ude.yelekreb.loohcsinull@omodrojaM with the following command in the body of your email message:
Make sure to use your I School email. Alternatively you can subscribe via you intranet account (https://www.ischool.berkeley.edu/intranet/prefs/lists)
- If you’re a student from another department: send an email to DH (CC’d) and he’s going to add you to the list.
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