New Year, New Decade, New project. This a collection of 20 popular dataset from around the community. Practice something new. Tell a new story. Less time with the data, more time creating.
Category Archives: Community Projects
How to use the DISTANCE function in Tableau.
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
How see top bottom and all others in a single view in Tableau
We’ve made it through 12 weeks of #WorkoutWednesday2019 and we’ve yet to have a challenge that the overwhelming majority of the community has agreed was very difficult. And then, enter stage right, Luke Stanke with a candlestick challenge for week 13. He even said it in challenge intro, “This is very difficult.” And he even
It’s always fun to bend Tableau into doing things it’s not really intended to do. One of the things that makes Tableau different then other more traditional reporting tools is it doesn’t natively support pagination of data. I say natively because as we’re about find out, there are ways of doing creating a “pages” user
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
So it looks like Carl Allchin and Jonathan Allenby‘s little Tableau Prep project had a great first week! The solutions to #PreppinData Week 1 are available here: https://t.co/2oSmskhgxl We loved the feedback and alternate solutions found (along with some visualisations too). The new challenge will be posted tomorrow! Thanks to those that filled in the
This is a fun one. I like it when the #WorkoutWednesday add a little whimsy into their challenges and that’s just what Lorna did with her’s this week. Since her challenge came during the week of Valentines Day, she resurrected an old #MakeoverMonday dataset about valentines day spending and challenged us to make a radar