Join Nate Makdad for an in-depth discussion in this video Changing chart types, part of Creating Interactive Dashboards in Tableau.
- Parameters and calculated fields can also work together…to give users even more flexibility and choice,…giving them the option to change the chart types.…So this dashboard, really we're looking at countries…and regions, and so one of the other options…we may want to give viewers here is the ability,…instead of looking at our internet usage by country,…is instead to look at it in a map view.…So we can use parameters to give that sort…of flexibility to our dashboard.…So to show you how to do this, let's go over…to Sheet One.…
The first thing I'm going to do is rename this…because I'm going to want to keep these straight,…because I'm going to use two charts to make this happen.…So let's call this Internet Usage Bar,…and then I'm going to actually just duplicate this sheet…to create Internet Usage Map.…Now, before I really get started working with these charts,…I'm going to go ahead and create my parameter.…I'm going to do it the same way I did last time,…right-click under the parameter section…and Create Parameter, and then I'm going…
- Building worksheets to feed dashboards
- Formatting data
- Creating visuals
- Creating calculated fields and sets
- Designing the dashboard
- Adding interactive parameters
- Keeping your Tableau dashboard up to date
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1. Tableau Dashboards
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3. Dashboard Design
4. Designing Interactivity with Parameters
5. Keeping Your Dashboard Up to Date
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