Tableau untuk dunia Edukasi Indonesia


Schools need data to improve. But balancing the data, analysis and reporting requirements across a system of schools can be challenging. Tableau eases this burden by allowing anyone to perform sophisticated education analytics and share their findings with online dashboards. Tableau can also be a powerful research tool within the classroom, empowering students and teachers alike to see and understand their data.
  • Provide teachers with immediate, data-driven feedback on student performance
  • Create and share sophisticated district, school and teacher evaluations
  • Put interactive reports online for parents and the public
Effectively monitor and analyze student test performance
Keeping track of test performance at the individual level is vital to identifying students who need help and making sure they receive it. However, it is often challenging to roll out a solution that enables that kind of insight for everyone.
Unlike static education reporting tools, this dashboard allows any teacher district-wide to filter down to their class and view test performance over time. The table on the left quickly identifies outliers on the most recent test and allows teachers to select individual students to see how their scores have trended over time. When the next set of tests come in and are loaded into the database, the report will automatically update - no action needed!


Tableau offers competitive discounted pricing for educational and not-for-profit institutions.

Educational institutions have data everywhere: from student and donor data to classes, faculty and grants. Yale University, Cornell University, the University of Oxford and hundreds of other institutions use Tableau to make sense of this data.
  • Analyze student data: enrollment statistics, achievement, and demographics.
  • Target areas of the country for alumni activities and development.
  • Prepare Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) and other reporting
To learn more about using Tableau for institutional research, see our customer videos and case studies here:http://www.tableausoftware.com/solutions/institutional-research
For information about pricing, please contact us at sales@tableausoftware.com.
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Educational institutions have data everywhere: from student and donor data to classes, faculty and grants. Yale University, Cornell University, the University of Oxford and hundreds of other institutions use Tableau for their institutional research initiatives:
  • Analyze student data: enrollment statistics, achievement, and demographics.
  • Target areas of the country for alumni activities and development.
  • Prepare Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) and other reporting.
Evaluate student performance against institutional goals
It's easy to collect statistics on the average SAT scores for the incoming class, but slicing those metrics by gender, school, ethnicity, and home town is a different story. Tableau lets you break student achievement metrics down by any demographic measure. You can also set institutional targets and track how you are trending towards those targets.
This dashboard lets you explore student performance across year, gender, and College. Deans or department chairs would use this dashboard to monitor performance goals to see if the incoming classes are measuring up to university standards.
The upper visualization shows incoming students by SAT percentile and College so you can compare profiles across Colleges.
The lower view shows a distribution of SAT scores for students in the university. A reference line depicts the overall average of the whole class. The entire dashboard can be filtered by class year and gender.


Measure and optimize giving patterns
Alumni donations are the financial backbone for many institutions. Giving is becoming increasingly important as state subsidies and tuition-based income dwindle each year. With Tableau you can find trends and patterns in alumni giving behavior and target the highest-opportunity regions or groups.
This dashboard helps you make decisions about who to target for alumni development. The top views shows the average donation per person compared to that person's giving capacity, both as an absolute amount (left side) and as a % of capacity (right side).
Alumni donations
The lower left is a simple time trend depicting the average donation per person for each school in the university. The lower right view is map of the total number of alumni (size of marks) and the average giving capacity per alumnus (color) in each state.
By bringing all these analyses together in the same dashboard, you can ask very complex analytical questions. You can also filter the entire dashboard to target alumni with certain degrees or graduates of certain schools.

See, understand and optimize the resources on your campus
Making the most out of your facilities can be a challenging multi-dimensional problem. Campus planners must balance the needs of different users while allowing for maintenance and future planning.
This view was created in minutes by connecting to existing building use data and overlaying it on top of a standard campus map. Wondering which buildings Engineering is currently using? Just click on the department name and the visualization interactively updates to show space use patterns.
Institutional space use analysis
Sharing this report with other planners and staff is as easy as publishing to your secure Tableau Server. Anyone can then view and interact with the visualization through a browser- no plug-in required.




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