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Tableau adds new enticements to its free data visualization tool Tableau Public gets new tools and data sets to better withstand growing competition -- at the same free price By Serdar Yegulalp InfoWorld | Mar 11, 2015 The Web-based version of Tableau's analytics system allows data visualizations to be published, reused, and embedded in Web pages as if they were YouTube videos. But the full product comes at a sizable cost: $1,000 per user and up. The newest version of Tableau's free Web-based offering, Tableau Public, expands its appeal with new tools and data sets -- and defends against competing products with smaller price tags. [ Reviewed on InfoWorld: Birst brings DIY to BI. | Explore current trends and solutions in BI with InfoWorld's Extreme Analytics blog. ] Tableau Desktop Public, the Tableau Public client app now available for the Mac and Windows, takes data in Microsoft Access, Excel, or CSV format. While the full-blown version of Tableau can connect to remote data sources like Splunk or Hadoop, the Public client is limited to OData and Windows Azure Marketplaces as back ends and will only work with up to 1 million rows of data.
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