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.
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Get a better understanding of Tableau table calcs with this trend line challenge by showing the delta between two values on the same line.
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
Back in late December I was starting to look ahead to 2019 and thinking about what I wanted to accomplish. Among other things, I wanted to participate more in Lindsey Betzendahl‘s awesome dataviz project, #ProjectHealthViz And while I’m already one month behind, I really wanted to make sure that I completed something for this month’s
There’s no shortage of fun, new Tableau Public projects to join in on. One of those projects that I’ve been meaning to get involved with but haven’t had to time is #SportsVizSunday A fun new initiative centered around…you guessed it…sports data. I’ve been wanting to join for a while and there’s no better time to start
How do you set up and work with table calculations in Tableau? Read this blog for some tips and tricks with working with table calculations.
Rody’s back with a new #WorkoutWednesday challenge for week 7. We’re to make a simple crosstab table showing Sub-Category sales by month. We are to also color the min and max sub-categories for each month and the Sub-Category grand total. Similar to last week, this one is pretty simple. This took me maybe 15 minutes.