Network Analysis
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EMPOWERING BUSINESS USERS TO DO MORE

Our Network Analysis Tableau Extension allows you to visualise a network of connected nodes, mapping complex entity relationship systems.

EMPOWERING BUSINESS USERS TO DO MORE

Our Network Analysis Tableau Extension helps you visualize a network of connected nodes & edges, allowing for easy analysis of entity relationships.

NETWORK ANALYSIS IN ACTION

USE CASE EXAMPLES

Fraud Analysis: Reveal potential fraud or non-compliance propagation throughout the network
Social Network Analysis: How are individual entities connected

Visualise the extended network of connected nodes & edges

Ability to drag & drop nodes around the screen is combined with Summary tab

Analyse entity relationships to detect collusive activities

Powerful filtering feature allows for graph customisation within Extension

Gain insights required to take swift preventative action

Users can highlight interconnected nodes & edges and exclude those no longer required

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TABLEAU EXTENSIONS WE OFFER

Frequently Asked Questions

Tableau extensions are supported on Tableau Desktop, Tableau Server, and Tableau Online.

Minimum Tableau version requirements for using extensions:

  • Tableau Desktop 2018.2 and later
  • Tableau Server 2018.2 and later
  • Tableau Online

 

Download the free trial or purchase the extension. From this point, from this point, locate the .trex file on your computer and open it using Tableau. After placing it in desired dashboard(s), new users will be required to sign up first. After logging in, you will be able to use the extension within your Tableau dashboard(s).

For more information on how to add Tableau extensions into dashboard(s), please visit the following link: https://tableau.github.io/extensions-api/docs/trex_getstarted.html

Each Tableau extension consists of a manifest file (.trex). These manifest files contain metadata instructions on how to connect to the respective extension in the cloud, there’s no code or logic written inside of them. They’re also the only thing needed to start using extensions within Tableau environment. By placing the extension into the dashboard(s) as an object, a user initiates the follow-up authentication phase, which is critical in order to start using the extension.

For more information about .trex files, please visit this link: https://tableau.github.io/extensions-api/docs/trex_overview.html

For some of our extensions, there is little to no customisation and additional development needed. The Sankey DiagramData Refresh and Process Analysis extensions are immediately downloadable (and free to trial for 14 days).

However, the What-if Analysis and Business Glossary extensions require customisation specific to individual clients. If you’re interested in any of these two, please get in touch with us first to discuss relevant details needed for their customisation.

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