Tableau Public allows users to create interactive visualisations using the easy-to-learn Tableau interface and share these publicly on the cloud, and embed the visualisations in websites. Much like the example to the right.
However, the documents stored on Tableau Public are not able to pull data from external sources - all data must be saved into the Tableau Public document. Furthermore, the data licensing of the service is extremely permissive. Others may reuse your visualisations and code without attributing you or the funding agency for your work.
For this reason, the IDN does NOT endorse using Tableau Public for sharing visualisations of research datasets without thoroughly documenting in the application where the canonical data may be accessed (via a DOI).