Join Nate Makdad for an in-depth discussion in this video Iterations and improvements, part of Creating Interactive Dashboards in Tableau.
- So, for this Tableau Public dashboard, we didn't have…people to collect feedback from.…So after reviewing some of the other dashboards…on Tableau Public, we want to go back to that last…redesign step in our design process, and take one last look…at our dashboard before publishing to complete…any final steps.…So, really, we just want to look for some last touch-ups…to make sure that we take a step back from just…the functionality, and make sure that we've hit our…overall requirements, and that our visual layout works.…That we've covered our colors, our fonts, our visual,…(mumbles) flow, and everything is the final piece…that we want.…
So, we then go back to our original requirements,…internet usage that we wanted to look at.…We had, kind of, identifying our Up and Comers,…and we've got two different methods…of taking a look at that.…I think we've satisfied most of our original requirements,…we've built in a lot of the flexibility.…So really, here, we're just going to gonna step back…and take a look at the visual requirements.…
- 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
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Tableau Dashboards
2. Worksheet Design
3. Dashboard Design
4. Designing Interactivity with Parameters
5. Keeping Your Dashboard Up to Date
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