This week we take a look at some time saving formatting. This tip came originally from Corey Jones from when he was in #IronViz 2018. It was all about saving those precious seconds when he was up there on stage. https://youtu.be/1Xlp4Q8VeEQ This tip was also covered by Samuel Shurmer from the Data School here.
I used this in a real world example and also did this for a challenge in #WorkoutWednesday2019. You have many sorting options in Tableau. But I wanted to be able to sort by 4 different options, A - Z, Z - A, Ascending and Descending by the measure. Here is my take on how to … Continue reading #TableauTipTuesday Week 13 – Using ASCII to determine your sort options
This week, I wanted to explain the difference between the infamous inner and outer padding. I also wanted to show you how to get a 1 pixel border, like Andy's post showed last week, but by using containers and padding. That little tip is curtsey from Pooja Gandhi Click the image to watch the video. … Continue reading #TableauTipTuesday – Week 11 | Explaining the difference between inner and outer padding
This week I show you how to use the wildcard union function to bring in those pesky spreadsheets automatically rather than trying to bring them in one by one! https://youtu.be/8fKg3Vzv9kc
So February, was the month of Love. We were supposed to do Valentines day, but trying to find data around Valentines day sucked! So I chose a new day! Last month we looked at Tell A Fairy Tale Day. Which was 26th Feb. I apologise to Corey as I did tell him it was the … Continue reading #NationalDayProject February 2019 – #TellAFairyTaleDay
Everyone LOVES small multiples. But what happens when you have already used that dual axis? Or measure values? I show you how to use a new axis to get your small multiple labels just how you want them! Click the image to go to video
This week we look at how to edit long lists of aliases using secondary data sources. Click the image for the video