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Tableau makes Tableau Desktop free to investigative journalists, letting them keep projects private

Tableau Software is making its premium Tableau Desktop data visualization software free to members of the Investigative Reporters & Editors (IRE) group, helping keep their work under wraps until it’s ready to be published. Many of these journalists have been using the free Tableau Public service, which was designed to be used with public data… Read More

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Journalists, look out: Tableau Public projects will soon be even more public

Tableau Software charges for its premium software and technologies to visualize data in interactive charts, with security protections for confidential information. The company’s free Tableau Public service is different. As its name implies, Tableau Public is designed to be used with public data. It’s popular among journalists, bloggers and others. Tableau cautions Tableau Public users that the… Read More