Rapid Dox is a one of its kind product that works seamlessly with your Tableau workbook and dashboards to help automate 100% of the effort spent on documenting important details from your workbooks. Not only this, Rapid Dox helps Tableau users improve the performance of their dashboards by helping them follow industry best practices.
This article explains how to create Semi Sunburst chart in Tableau. Every Sunday Tableau Zen Master Andy Kriebel and visual analytics expert Andy Cotgreave are sharing the week’s chart and data set on his blog, VizWiz. Their goal is to encourage people to cast a critical eye over the charts they see. Week 28 topic comes from The Washington Post where we are looking at politicians’ responses to Orlando shootings.
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There are situations when we want to apply different color coding schemes to each column of a table developed/created in Tableau. This article explains a very simple way to provide different colors in a single table i.e how to provide different color schemes to each column in a table.
Tornado Charts a special bar chart whose resulting image looks just like the natural phenomenon in Tableau. Tornado Charts excel at comparing the relative importance of a given variable. For example, males and females among different age groups in the population. Academic performance between children of low- and high-income families. Sales in two different regions.
In Tableau, filled maps can be used to visually represent one measure and a symbol map can be used to visually represent, upto 2 measures. Combining both a filled map and a symbol map in a single view can help in representing 3 measures and provides more insights into the available data.
Tableau is designed to make the most of geographical data, so you can get to the “where” as well as the “why.” With built-in Tableau integration, using maps couldn't be easier! Occasionally, however, we want to get creative and display more information within the map. Now, this is obviously just for visual flavor, as the end user would see in multiple other areas the selected metric, but the technique is a nifty trick with many different applications.