relationships Tag

The new data model brought us the Logical Layer, from which we can draw specific tables without being forced to load the data from all the related tables. Remember, with traditional joins, all sheets that worked with that join had to load the full data...

There are quite a few tips and tricks out there for Relationships in Tableau; just not nearly as many as for every other topic in Tableau, which is a shame. Nevertheless, this article is supposed to grow over time, and we start with something very...

.mejs-container .mejs-controls { background:#f7f7f7 !important; } Relationships work on what Tableau calls the Logical Layer, while traditional joins work on the Physical Layer. Let’s have a look at what those two layers actually mean and why they have their names. [video width="1920" height="1080" mp4=""][/video]   Tableau's Physical Layer So, the Physical Layer...

Joins—they are happening everywhere. That’s actually a cool tagline! And it’s definitely true. I haven’t encountered a data warehouse, a data lake or a BI tool that didn't include some sort of join somewhere.   But I also know there are a lot of explanations about...

The new Tableau release 2020.2 is around the corner, and we are all excited about the new features it’s bringing. In this blog, we will be talking about the New Data Model. This feature can give you much more flexibility and change the way you...

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