Tableau Desktop with Treasure Data
Using Tableau Desktop with Treasure Data allows users to interactively explore huge amounts of data.
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Table of Contents
- Windows 7, 8.1, or later
- Tableau Desktop 8.2 (32-bit application)
Install ODBC Driver
Please install Treasure Data ODBC Driver, and register to your machine. We’ll assume you have DSN (Data Source Name) as
Treasure Data in the following sections.
Establish ODBC Connection
Start Tableau and Select Driver
Please launch Tableau, and select
Connect to Data first.
Other Databases (ODBC) from the left menu, and select
Treasure Data (or your own DSNNAME) in
Connect Using section.
Please fill in
Connection Attributes as well like followings, and click
- DSN: Treasure Data (Your DSN name)
- Server: pggw.treasuredata.com
- Port: 5439
- Database: public
- Username: YOUR_EMAIL
- Password: YOUR_PASSWORD
Select table and database on TreasureData
Please remain Database as
Public, and select the database name in Treasure Data at
Schema section. We know it’s a bit confusing :(
Next, please select the table name in Treasure Data, and click
Go to Worksheet.
Finally, you can directly connect to Treasure Data via Tableau.
Tips and Tricks
Convert time Field as Datetime Type
Treasure Data treats
time column as unix timestamp by default, howevery it’s really convenient to handle timestamp with
Datetime type on Tableau. To make the things easy, this section describes how to create the calculated Datetime field for “time” column.
Creat Calculated Field...
Then, please put the name, put the following function within
After that, the calculated field appiers in a list of Dimensions, with Datetime type.
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Last modified: Oct 15 2014 18:58:30 UTC