Use Tableau to Track the Virus Through Actionable Data

Tableau and Salesforce have launched a free resource page with data and visualizations on the novel coronavirus and the public health response.
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BY STEVE SCHWARTZ

We know during this global pandemic that trusted, and timely information is essential to making decisions for your employees, loved ones, customers, and community. That’s why Tableau and Salesforce have launched a free resource page with data and visualizations on the novel coronavirus and the public health response.

One of the resources on this page is Datablick’s Managing Director Anya A’Hearn’s dashboard. She created this dashboard with COVID-19 data compiled by the researchers at Johns Hopkins University. We’ve made this dashboard as well as additional resources, accessible for organizations using Tableau and Salesforce. You will also find curated data sources and a quick start Tableau dashboard to enable you to explore the available data.

As A’Hearn says: “This data … provides a single source that is easy to blend with data from your organizations so you can make timely and accurate decisions to keep your employees and your loved ones safe.”

Remember to check back daily for updates on the latest accurate and meaningful information, data, and visualizations around COVID-19.

Watch this video to learn more about how you can use the resource page to create your analysis as we all work together to flatten the curve.

Our Leading Through Change series provides thought leadership, tips, and resources to help business leaders manage through crisis. 

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