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Using Tableau must include both data analysis and data visualization.
You must include the Tableau outputs.
However, you must also include histograms, pie charts etc.
The charts should include a legend and labels that include the percentages and descriptors.
The primary focus at this point is on descriptive statistics including the mean, mode, and median.
When you open the data set in Tableau
you will notice there are 3 types of customers: Consumer, Corporate, and Home Office
generate a frequency distribution table that shows the number and percent for each customer type and generate a histogram and pie chart.
you will also see the sales amount for order each in dollars
you will also see the quantity of each item ordered, and
you will also see the profit in dollars for each order.
You will use Tableau to…
Determine the average sales amount
for all customers,
for just consumers,
for just corporate, and then
for just home office.
You will use Tableau to generate a frequency distribution table and create a histogram and pie chart that visualizes that output.
Determine the average quantity
for all customers,
for just consumers,
for just corporate, and then
for just home office
You will use Tableau to generate a frequency distribution table and create a histogram and pie chart that visualizes that output.
Determine the average profit
for all customers,
for just consumers,
for just corporate, and
for just home office.
You will use Tableau to generate a frequency distribution table and create a histogram and pie chart that visualizes that output.
The primary focus at this point is on descriptive statistics including the mean, mode, and median.

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