Data

Create a legend. Show a legend. Be a legend. Tableau developers love a succinct workaround, especially when that workaround is more flexible, more intuitive and just as robust as the out-of-the-box functionality. As a Tableau trainer, I get asked a lot of questions about legends and...

Note: As I was working on this dashboard, Jeff Schaffer posted a very similar idea. Visit this page for his perspectives and variations on this theme. When you need to decide what chart type is best for your data, there are many great tools to choose...

2018 was a big year for data but can 2019 be even bigger? Ben, Robert and Michael look back at the year that was and what they are looking forward to the most. Could 2019 be the year for [insert your favorite data-driven technology]? Take a listen...

If you’re subscribed to a music-streaming service, chances are high that you use Spotify. And if you use Spotify, you probably received a Spotify Wrapped summary of your listening habits for 2018. This summary really consists of two parts: a visual slideshow that gives you a...

Descriptive analytics is all about answering simple questions like: How much did we sell last week? Which customers bought the most from us? How much inventory do we have left? It would be wrong, however, to think that answering these simple questions is itself simple. The...

Like many non-native Oklahomans, one of my greatest fears upon moving to the Sooner State was the threat of tornados. After almost five years, that fear has mostly subsided for a number of reasons: the storm shelter in my garage, the weather app on my...

A few weeks ago, I saw If Beale Street Could Talk and experienced yet another representation of the way injustice persists in our society. The film is beautiful and tragic, showcasing a love story simultaneously strained and strengthened by our criminal justice system. Walking out...

Call me crazy, but I think this whole data thing has legs. At this point, it’s a cliché to say that data is the new oil or that data maturity is vital to the business. Everybody wants to be a data-driven company, but often the...

People like knowing when they share the popular opinion or when they’ve found some undiscovered gem. Sometimes it confirms that they are a normal member of society. Other times, it gives them bragging rights as a trendsetter. One new way Portals for Tableau enables this obsession...

Kicking off a new year of Snowflake blogs seemed like a great opportunity to give you the tips and tricks of connecting to Snowflake from Excel. Businesses have been using databases to get data for Excel workbooks forever, but looking through the depths of Google,...

One of the things that gets us up in the morning is helping people solve problems. David Pires kicks off a series of interviews we're calling "Why We Do What We Do" with Sian Davies, who leads the enablement practice for EMEA. Because we believe...

Tableau is constantly evolving. It does not chimera itself into a beast with three heads, wings, a tail, 16 arms, scales and a blowhole. Rather, it stays true to itself while making itself stronger and better aligned for its target market. Set actions are a...

At many organizations, Tableau opens the door for creativity that didn’t exist before. Often, it’s awesome because folks get to see and understand their data. However, sometimes, our marketing and communications department would probably prefer some major dashboard components stick to brand (I’m looking at...

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