Connect Tableau to your Jupyter Notebook
Jupytab Server allows you to explore in Tableau data which is generated dynamically by a Jupyter Notebook. You can thus create Tableau data sources in a very flexible way using all the power of Python. This is achieved by having Tableau access data through a web server created by Jupytab.
Jupytab Server is built on solid foundations: Tableau's Web Data Connector and the Jupyter Kernel Gateway.
- Expose multiple pandas dataframes to Tableau from a Jupyter notebook
- Access several notebooks from Tableau through a single entry point (web server)
- Manage your notebooks using a web interface
- Secure access to your data
The full documentation is available on the project's home page.
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