Learn how to use groups or sets to combine objects for interaction and reference.
- [Teacher] One component of data analysis…is looking for outliers,…and we can use sets in Tableau…to help highlight those within our dashboard.…We can create custom sets and then also combine them…to really help identify specific information.…In our case, we're going to use this to help figure…out which countries have the highest…phone to internet ratio, and that'll also have…the highest population, to see where we…might be able to expect demand for online training to go.…So to get started with creating sets,…you create sets against dimensions.…So our values are up here at the top, not measures.…
And when you want to create a set,…you need to click on the specific…dimension that you want to create the set against,…and in our case we're going to be…looking at countries 'cause we're…trying to identify the up and comers.…One of the components of our dashboard.…So I'm going to right click on Country,…got to Create and then Set, and then you'll see…I get a couple of different options here.…So under the general, this would allow…
- Sketching your designs
- Formatting data
- Creating cross-data joins
- Creating visuals
- Grouping data
- Using stories vs. tabs
- Changing chart measures and types with interactive parameters
- Making iterations and improvements on your Tableau dashboard design
Skill Level Intermediate
Data Visualization: Storytellingwith Bill Shander1h 37m Intermediate
Data Visualization Tips and Trickswith Matt Francis2h 14m Intermediate
1. Tableau Dashboards
2. Worksheet Design
3. Dashboard Design
4. Designing Interactivity
5. Keeping Your Dashboard Up to Date
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