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
This tip is something I found out when I wanted to use part of the filter within a title to add context to the chart. This can be used for labels as well as titles. https://youtu.be/Udy7Rvw617s
This week on TableauTipTuesday I focus in on an example from the recent WorkoutWednesday2019 live at TCE. Using measure names within Parameter actions. I show you how to use a KPI selector to change a line chart! https://www.youtube.com/embed/nxCEfvu4D-w
This week, I wanted to take a look at Set Actions again. I used Lindsey Poulters examples to help with this tip. So you want to show the distribution of your order sales per sub category. By using set actions that's exactly what you can do. https://www.youtube.com/embed/G_iOf31g1XQ
This week I wanted to show you how to create a set action and use them as button filters. I have previously done this in my past 2 #IronViz entries which can be seen here and here Set actions are super powerful and really handy, although Parameter actions are just as cool, if not cooler. … Continue reading #TableauTipTuesday Week 22 – Using Set Actions as Button Filters