This week I was tasked with a challenge on how to show which services were brought with which other services. This brings me this weeks Tableau Tip Tuesday. I show you how to create a Market Basket Matrix in Tableau. How many Orders purchased have the same combinations of Sub-Categories.
Tableau Tip Tuesday this week, is based upon the #workoutwednesday challenge from last week. How to calculate Market Share using Table Calculations and Level of Detail calculations, and also how to calculate relative market share.
There are a variety of different ways a user can move from dashboard to dashboard. This week I show you 3 different actions you can perform depending on what outcome you want. You can either go directly to a dashboard via a click of a sheet, to a filtered dashboard by what you have clicked … Continue reading #TableauTipTuesday Week 37 – Using Navigation Actions
This week we are building on some previous tips by Kevin Taylor on the Tableau great tableau blog and by Andy Kriebel. How to use date scaffolding for calendars and other analysis. I find this super useful to be able to see where there is either data missing, which then can lead to talks around this.
This week is a tip that I used to create last weeks guest #WorkoutWednesday2019 by Corey Jones. He did it slightly differently as I couldn't get the labels to line up where they needed to be.
This week I show you how to use the show hide container function. There are a lot of use cases for being able to do this. https://youtu.be/DzAvfWPzPao
Small multiples are super powerful, and I like being able to see my whole data in one chart. Chris Love did a video last week to explain how he uses Index for small multiples and explains the importance of those discrete fields if you have missing data. Andy Kriebel also did a blog which explains … Continue reading #TableauTipTuesday Week 29 – Using Parameter to change your small multiples