So dashboard week has come and gone for DS20, gone by a few weeks so this blog is a little bit late. (I’m sorry!) This series of five blogs will look at the dashboards that I created over the week and what I would improve upon each one now I’ve had some time to reflect. (Maybe I’ll write some update blogs later this week or next week when I’ve made those improvements?)
Adding filters to worksheets can be a particularly laborious task (At least in my experience. Even more so if you’re adding the same filters to multiple worksheets! “If only there was a quicker way!” I hear you ask. Well never fear reader, there is! Let’s use Tableau Superstore to show you how.
Using a drill down map can offer more detail about a specific location. I’ve used the Tableau Superstore data to create a map that will drill down from Regions to States, shown below.
Tableau’s default method of aggregation for a measure is Sum. However, Sum will not always be the most appropriate method of aggregation to use.
DS20 have recently been taking their Alteryx Designer Core Certifications so I wanted to share the tips and tricks I’ve learned that helped me massively in my preparations.