It's been a couple of crazy weeks recently but I'm back. And this week I bring you the comet chart. There are also some other tips and tricks inside this video that you can use in the future! Hope you enjoy it! Click to Interact
This weeks Tableau Tip Tuesday is inspired by a WorkoutWednesday from a couple of weeks ago. When you want to show the top 10 or X rank, but you don't want the lines to connect when a product or sub category drops out of the top 10. This uses a simple calculation to do just … Continue reading #TableauTipTuesday 2020 Week 33: How to disconnect Rank lines
Continuing on from my first post Pre-Conference Build-up which can be read here. I wanted to explain the surreal experience I have just had at #Data16. The idea behind these posts come from the lyrics I'm a little yellow fish in the deep blue sea, won't somebody come and help me? Let's start from the … Continue reading I’m a little Data Schooler in a deep Tableau sea | Part 2 : #Data16
This is part of a blog series I am about to write on my journey leading up to and post Tableau conference. Part 1 : Pre-Conference Build-up Some of you may ask what is a 'Data Schooler'. Well we are students at The Information Lab and are part of The Data School. We go through intensive … Continue reading I’m a little Data Schooler in a deep Tableau sea | Part 1 : Pre-Conference Build-up
Ever had problems synchronising your dual axis? Well here could be the answer. Let's say we have a chart that looks like this The scale of these measures are not the same, but the way this chart is currently set up is very misleading. We want to synchronise the axis to enable a direct comparison. … Continue reading Synchronising Dual Axis Problem – Different Data Types
Now before I start this blog I know the idea of Tableau is to replicate Tables from Excel however sometimes you just can't get away from them. People are so used to seeing things in a table format. This problem arose when I had to create a table within Tableau. So lets start with a … Continue reading Increasing number of rows/columns labels in Tableau Tables
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