Joining your data can only be done when the data comes from the same source, for example from two sheet tabs within a single Excel file. If that same information was stored in separate Excel files you would need to do a data blend in Tableau. A blend is always required if the data is stored in two separate “data sources” within Tableau. So even if your data is very closely related and exists in two separate files or databases, you will have to do a data blend if you are combining the data in Tableau
This article explains how to convert seconds to HH:MM:SS or DD: HH:MM:SS by using a calculated field or by using conditional Formatting in Tableau.Here,DD:HH:MM:SS” represents day, hour, minute, and seconds.
This article helps you to get the headers and the axis label in the same place in Tableau.Tableau always puts discrete labels at the top then how to move the discrete field name from top/header to the bottom/footer of the graph. Lets Find out here.
Tableau automatically assigns geographic roles to fields with common geographical names, such as Country, State/Province, City, etc. Fields with a geographic role will automatically generate longitude and latitude coordinates on a map view. Geographic roles can also be manually assigned to fields that are not automatically recognized. Fields with assigned geographic roles will have a globe icon next to them.
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