Happy new year! And just like that, without missing a beat, we’re back at with the first challenge of a new year of #WorkoutWednesday. Luke is kicking off the challenges this year and he’s got a good one for us. So let’s take a look. Okay, the first thing I notice about this is that
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After 51 weeks, we’ve finally made it to the last week #WorkoutWednesday for 2018. Ann is back for this challenge and she’s GONE ROGUE!!! No, just kidding, but she did stray away from the Superstore Sales dataset which is pretty cool. So here’s the challenge and a screenshot of the final dashboard: I’ve noticed this
Luke is back this week for another real-world challenge. Let’s take a look. In the intro, Luke mentions that this was an actual chart he had to build for a client recently. I really like that Luke’s last two challenges have been recreations of client requests. This fits nicely into the essence of what #WorkoutWednesday
Luke is back for another #WorkoutWednesday challenge. And for this week, he’s challenging us to recreate an actual real-world visual that Luke recently created for a client. It’s an interesting story, I encourage you to go read the intro. Let’s take a look at what we’re gonna do this week: Cool! A waterfall chart. I
Tableau Ambassador, former #IronViz champion and an all-around good guy, Curtis Harris is back with a fun #SetAction themed #WorkoutWednesday challenge for week 47. Let’s take a look and here are the requirements: Nice and simple. Should be fairly straightforward. Whenever I go about these challenges I like to build out the skeleton first. Then
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So here we are! 2018.3 is here and with it, along with many new AWESOME features are set actions! And boy, are they gonna change the game. [I realize that we say that with nearly every release but seriously, set actions are gonna be big] 2018.3 was released Monday night and wouldn’t you know it,
I’m going back in time for this #WorkoutWednesday challenge to Andy’s 2017 week 53 which is being included in week 1 for 2018. This is all part of my goal of completing all 52 weekly challenges in 2018 along with all my other 2018 dataviz goals. So here we go, a few weeks late. The
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.
Week 6 of #WorkoutWednesday has us taking a looking at a dot plot across a product hierarchy. Here’s our challenge Requirements The dashboard size is 600px by 800px You must use Category and Sub-Category in your product hierarchy. Right-align each member in the hierarchy. Sort each level in the hierarchy descending by sum of sales.