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Statistical and graphical analysis software.

PittNet (Wired): How to Connect your Gaming Console or Smart TV to PittNet

 

Please note: Instructions for connecting to the Pitt Gaming network only apply to Pittsburgh and Bradford campus residence hall residents. Students in other regional campus residence halls will need to use the instructions at the bottom of this page under the Internet Connection Sharing heading. 

Explore and Visualize University Data with Tableau

Wednesday, February 1, 2017 - 15:49

 

The University of Pittsburgh has large quantities of operational data. The challenge is to find ways to make use of that data to support decision making, find insight, and measure key indicators.

To support these efforts, Computing Services and Systems Development now provides Tableau software to University of Pittsburgh staff. Tableau places an emphasis on visual analytics, allowing you to move quickly from question to insight.   

Data analysts who use the University Data Warehouse can request a license for Tableau Desktop via the Technology Help Desk.

You can use Tableau Desktop authoring software to create dashboards, workbooks, and analyses using data from the University Data Warehouse, local databases, spreadsheets, text files, and more. An easy-to-use interface enables you to quickly understand a dataset using filters, calculations, sets, and a range of data visualizations to discover insights.

This work can then be shared with University faculty and staff via the Tableau server available at https://analytics.pitt.edu. All Pitt faculty and staff members have access to the Tableau Server, though they will only be able to see dashboards and data for which they have permission.\

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My Pitt Video: Using the iPad App

This help sheet will guide you through using the My Pitt Video (Panopto) iOS application on an iPad.

Logging in

To log into the My Pitt Video (Panopto) iOS App, tap “Sign In” in the top left corner.

Type pitt.hosted.panopto.com in the address field and then tap "Sign In".

Use the Account drop-down menu to select Pitt-CourseWeb and tap Sign In.