Learn how to use Tableau formulas to create calculated fields.
- [Instructor] So in addition to grouping by clusters,…another way that we can help group or organize our data…is by using calculated fields to create our own variables.…So sometimes you don't have all the data that you need…right in the data set,…and so we can overcome this by creating calculated fields.…So in this particular case,…we've got kind of our cluster low medium to high…so we kind of are comparing globally.…But we might want to be able to see within region…or we might be able to want to use region…for some other aspect.…So what I want to do is I want to add a calculated field…so that I can assign each country to a region.…
In order to do this,…I'm going to go up to our dimensions,…and I'm going to right-click,…and then go to create and then calculated field.…And then this is going to be called a region.…Now to add in a region,…or to kind of do this particular case…we're going to be using if statements.…So there's lots of different formulas to learn in Tableau…but if is a very powerful statement…and in this case, I'm just going to start typing country,…
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