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Tableau unveils data wrangling software


16 Nov, 2016 09:00 am

Software developer Tableau says its Project Maestro will help customers with their large scale data wrangling needs when it becomes commercially available later this year.


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The company recently said during a presentation that the new self-service tool will help enterprise users solve their data wrangling tasks by offering a more visual and simplified approach for data preparation.


As the amount of data enterprises must process grows exponentially, data preparation tasks become more complex and time consuming. The process is simplified with a more direct visual approach that Project Maestro will offer, Tableau said. 

To that end, users can immediately gauge the pace of joins, unions, and calculations they have made before they begin to analyse their data sets. The interface is also sufficiently simple and straightforward for non-IT experts, who can use natural language commands for queries, the company said.

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