Tableau sets combine related values; if necessary, you can combine multiple sets into a new set. In this video, learn how to combine sets.
- [Instructor] When you define a set within your data, … you identify a number of values … that have something in common. … If you have customers in the eastern part … of the United States, for example, … you could have an east, or perhaps a mid-Atlantic region. … After a while, you might decide to combine … two or more sets into a single set. … In this movie, I will show you how to do that. … My sample file is 07_07_Combine, … and you can find that in the chapter seven folder … of the exercise files collection. … I have created a tree map that shows … each state's contribution towards sales for our company. … Also, if you look at the bottom left, … you'll see that I have defined two sets. … The first is DMV, and, in this case, … that stands for the District of Columbia, … Maryland, and Virginia. … And then Southeast, which is Alabama, … Georgia, North Carolina, and Florida. … Let's say that I want to combine … those two sets into one. … To do that, I will click DMV so it's selected, …
- Managing data sources and visualizations
- Managing Tableau worksheets and workbooks
- Displaying source metadata
- Creating custom calculations and fields
- Analyzing data using statistical tools
- Sorting and filtering Tableau data
- Defining groups and sets
- Creating and pivoting crosstabs
- Formatting Tableau visualizations
- Creating basic charts
- Annotating and formatting charts
- Mapping geographic data
- Creating dashboards
- Methods for defining an URL-based action
Skill Level Beginner
1. Introduction to Tableau
2. Manage Data Sources and Visualizations
3. Manage Tableau Worksheets and Workbooks
4. Create Custom Calculations and Fields
5. Analyze Data
6. Sort and Filter Tableau Data
7. Define Groups and Sets
8. Develop and Pivot Crosstabs
9. Create Basic Visualizations
10. Format Tableau Visualizations
11. Annotate and Format Visualizations
12. Map Geographic Data
13. Build Dashboards and Actions
14. Tableau 2019.2 Updates
Define parameter actions4m 43s
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