Tableau’s filter capabilities are an essential part of what makes Tableau special. But sometimes we don’t want anything to show when we remove a filter or show all dimensions. So how do you show nothing with “all” is selected in Tableau? This challenge from Emma Whyte back in week 2 of 2017 does just that.
Check out the video for my approach. Scroll down to see my calculations that used for the challenge.
UpSet plots are a data visualization method for showing set data with more than three intersecting sets. UpSet shows intersections in a matrix, with the rows of the matrix corresponding to the sets, and the columns to the intersections between these sets (or vice versa). The size of the sets and of the intersections are shown as bar charts.
In this #WOW challenge, watch me as I build this upset plot in Tableau.
How much less does the US Women’s soccer team make in potential world cup bonuses when compared to the US Men’s team?
According to 2019 documents, each player on the US Women’s soccer team is eligible to earn approximately $270,000 in total bonuses for winning the world cup. However, when compared to the US Men’s team, the men could earn more than four times that amount.
The chart below shows the potential bonus per player for the men’s and women’s teams at various stages thoughout the World Cup tournament cycle.
Butterfly charts are a diverging data visualization that allows users to compare values across a single dimension as well as down a separate dimensions. Check out this blog to learn how to create one in Tableau
Needing to create a high-level dashboard for the c-suite? Check out my 4 tips for corporate dashboards.
Who were the top earnings of 2019 according to Billboard magazine? Check out the top 40 list and see how their different revenue streams compared to each other..
With the release of 2018.3, Tableau released the long awaited “dashboard button” functionality which opens SO MANY new capabilities when creating dashboards. Prior to this release, the only way to hack your way to a dashboard button was using a dashboard filter action. And while that was a nice and could get you out of
Here we are. #Ironviz season is in full swing and the theme for this feeder is something I’m quite passionate about: Music I do love music, my first viz ever on Tableau Public was music-focused. My Heavy Metal viz was recently featured by Tableau for the Music + Data campaign and I have more than
The Pareto principle was developed by the Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto when, in 1906, noticed that 80% of the land in Italy was owned by 20% of the population. And thus, the 80/20 rule was born and business leaders have been stuck on it ever since 🙂 The Pareto chart is based on the principle
It’s March which means it’s time for another #SWDChallenge from Cole Knaflic, author of the widely popular “Storytelling With Data” book and blog. Each month in 2018, Cole challenges the dataviz community to create a visualization following a specific theme. This month, the challenge is bar charts. Bar charts are simple and probably the most