The #WorkoutWednesday challenge from week 45 of 2023 tasks participants with creating a unit chart, a common tool in data visualization, with added filtering, coloration, and sorting features. The challenge encourages using a highlight and sort instead of a filter. The highlighted wines appear at the beginning of the chart, as shown in the accompanying solution video.
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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.
The challenge that started it all The Alpha #WOW challenge Remember your roots I’m on a mission to complete and record or livestream all solutions to every #WOW challenge since 2017. And it all starts right here with this challenge. This is the challenge that started it all in 2017. Andy, off the heals of
Check out this tutorial covering how to use parameter actions to compare two points for analysis in Tableau. This is based on the Workout Wednesday challenge for 2023 week 25.
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
The CLTV is a staple of the retail analytics industry. The idea is simple, how have customers purchased over time since their first purchase. Read this tutorial to see how to build one in Tableau.
Get a better understanding of Tableau table calcs with this trend line challenge by showing the delta between two values on the same line.
How to use Parameter Actions in Tableau to Create a Dynamic Date Ranges | #WorkoutWednesday | 2019 | 42
How to use parameter actions in tableau to create dynamic date ranges
In this post, I’ll show you how to use set actions to create ad hoc, dynamic cohorts for quick analysis.