Tableau GraphQL


Tableau is a popular data visualization tool that allows you to connect to various data sources and create interactive visualizations. GraphQL, on the other hand, is a query language for APIs that enables more efficient and flexible data fetching.

If you’re looking to integrate GraphQL data with Tableau, you might need to consider creating a data source or connector that can handle GraphQL endpoints. However, Tableau’s native connectors might not directly support GraphQL out of the box. You might need to use a middleware or custom solution to bridge the gap between GraphQL and Tableau.

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