This week I had a use case via Adam Green, how to maintain a rank on a selection or hover. I chose to use parameter actions, but this effect can be used with set actions to, personal preference. The key is to HIDE rather than EXCLUDE.
This week follows on from my latest Workout Wednesday week 7. Which also uses regex extract. https://youtu.be/jnQ49FaUklU
This week we take a look at using Bins to densify your data and show missing values. https://youtu.be/SaSfXfa3lEs
#WOW2020 Week 3 shows the range in hours for each day. What I noticed as people were feeding pack is, learning how the path mark works on lines. This quick video, hopefully, explains what Tableau is doing during this exercise for the lines. https://youtu.be/VKpRTDsddzk
This week, I take a look at a tip Ann Jackson created for our tips session at Data19. I'm calling it the Dual Triangle KPI. Take a look below. Click to Interact
With it being Christmas tomorrow, I decided to give you 12 tips in one. The 12 Dates of Tableau. I show you 12 different tips on things to do with dates. https://youtu.be/wa2gDlG8Xao Tips: Date Properties Week Start Fiscal Start Generic Date format Date Parts Date Values Auto Date Hierarchy Custom Dates Date Trunc Calc … Continue reading #TableauTipTuesday Week 51 – 12 Dates of Tableau
I love how new features allow for easier way to do things. One of these is proportional brushing. How much does a thing contribute to the total of things. In this example I show how much does a region sales contribute to the total sales. Disclaimer: Yes I use United Kingdom in Europe Sales as … Continue reading #TableauTipTuesday Week 49: Proportional Brushing using Set Actions