Build Scatter Plot In Tableau : Comparing Measures

Sometimes you need to compare two or more measures in the view. But some data can be include huge volume so you need to dive in to more. In this case all you need to that building scatter plot. Scatter Plots are charts that use position as a visual cue. Marks, often represented as dots.…

Building Combined Axis In Tableau

In this section, we will talk about how to create a view that compares multiple measures in the same space. With using a combined axis chart. We will build shared axis chart with multiple measures as separate marks and one with stacked marks. We can build a view that compares each measure individually. By the…

How Google Use Your Data And Make Money From Data

Big data is the new resource of the world. Every internet user is part of the big data. We generate it and again human being use it. It looks like intangible at first but when you go inside it is the new reality of the world. In this article we will discuss How the data…

Building Dual Axis In Tableau

In this article we will learn how to build dual axis with multiple mark types. Dual axis is useful for showing how two different measures compare against each other. Dual axis chart has two separate measure axis and a single dimension axis. The measures can have the same units such as sales or profit. It…

Creating Custom Dates In Tableau

While you are working on changes over time, you usually use the date values. But sometimes this can be problematic. Because when you expand your date into the month or day, the view will be disrupted. Here is the example of this : This view looks like ver complicated and mixed. Anyone doesn't want to…

Discrete and Continuous Fields In Tableau

Have you ever wondered why some fields in tableau are green and some are blue? Of course it has a meaning. This is all about discrete and continuous fields. First, we will start with continuous fields. Continuous fields have values that can fall anywhere along an axis. This axis can contain an infinite number of…

Start Your Busines Analytics Career In 2021

Basicly, Business Analytics(BA) is a field that providing an insight from data. Another definition is working smart. As we know business life is more competitive than before. Also many company uses to improve their business skill. So Business Analyst do some data practical issues about work. And BA market growing day by day. According to…

Working With Date Fields In Tableau

Dates are not like other types of data. They are not exactly a number and not exactly a name. Dates also have a built-in hierarhical structure. For example, a single day can be broken down into hours and minutes. And days are a part of months and years. In this article, you will learn about,…

Creating Hierarchies In Your Data With Tableau

Hierarchies allow us to organize the dimensions in our data. In order that we define, from highest level at the top, to the lowest level at the bottom. For instance, a common hierarchical structure is geographic data. Starting at the highest level we have country, followed by state , then city , and finally postal…

Organizing Your Data With Groups In Tableau

Groups are an important functionality. A group lets you combine several members of a single dimension into categories. Creating a new dimension field that didn't originally exist in your data. For example, when you have a dimenison that contains a detailed list of products, and you want to organize the products into categories. in this…