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Tableau Public goes premium; expands access to 10 million rows of data

Zafirah Salim | May 8, 2015
Current Tableau Public Premium users will continue to receive the same features and service they are accustomed to, but at no cost.

Tableau announced today that the Premium features for Tableau Public - a free platform for sharing and discovering data stories online - will be made available to all Tableau Public authors for free.

Following this announcement, Tableau Public users will now have access to more features, including support for data sets of up to 10 million rows, an increased storage limit of 10GB for all, and the ability to limit the downloading of files from Tableau Public.

"For people around the world, Tableau Public is the go-to place to create and share public data visualisations," said Ben Jones, Director for Tableau Public. "Two years ago, we expanded Tableau Public's analytics capabilities from 100,000 rows to a million rows. We're so excited to be expanding tenfold again, and we can't wait to see the stories that people will tell and share."

Tableau Public recently upgraded to version 9.0, bringing authors a refreshed interface, faster performance, smarter maps, and new analytical functions.

Tableau Public consists of a free downloadable authoring tool to explore and visualise data, a cloud platform to host, share and embed interactive visualizations, and a learning program that provides support and training to global data enthusiasts.


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