How to make a Waterfall chart in Tableau

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... Continue Reading →

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How to use Set Actions to compare period over period changes

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... Continue Reading →

Looks vs Personality

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... Continue Reading →

MIN and MAX Sales by Month

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.... Continue Reading →

Product Hierarchies

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.... Continue Reading →

Comparing Quarters to Other Months

Back for the 5th week of #WorkoutWednesday and Andy has returned for a straightforward challenge.  with the following requirements: No LOD No Table Calcs Q2 must always follow Q1 in the final viz Alright so right off the bat, I can see that I'm gonna need to do some trickery here because while it may... Continue Reading →

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