Weekliii Round-Up: September Newsletter and Tableau Dashboard Tips
As that old saying goes, variety is the spice of life. Fortunately for you, we have sprinkled a touch of it on this week's posts and #DailyBrainCandiii shares. Discover more about what our team is working on, how Oil and Gas companies can adapt to the changing energy landscape, and more at the jump!
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For years, our society has pushed towards developing renewable energy sources that are reliable and sustainable. This has been a success for the most part, allowing the global sector to utilize alternative resources for powering their communities. While some may see this as a glass half empty type of situation for many Oil and Gas businesses, this could in fact be a blessing. From big sectors that still rely heavily on Petroleum and Natural to even bigger opportunities for companies in the Oil and Gas industry to adapt to a changing energy landscape, let's explore the approach in this week's #DailyBrainCandiii post.
From custom application development to streamlining Big Data management, let us help your team. Learn more in our September Newsletter now!
It is no doubt that Tableau is a powerful software for data analytics and visualization. The number of ways these dashboards can be employed to convey information is seemingly endless. However, there are a few tricks of the trade that may help you to better narrow your focus when putting together these resources and create a dashboard that is sure to wow. Check out these tips in Tableau's whitepaper centered around best practices of building effective dashboards.
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