Showing the Skylines of cities in Tableau – one by one.[Read more…] about Moving Skylines of the World
The Top 2000 edition of 2020 isn’t a fancy data visualisation with extensive data-preparation and/or mathematical formulas like last year, but a visualisation with the emphasis on what you can do with relative simple graphical elements. This approach can change the look and feel of a ‘standard’ dashboards significantly
Click on the screenshot to view – and use! – the data visualisation fullscreen.
The Tableau 2020.4 release comes fully-loaded with tons of great features, including several key updates to boost your geospatial analysis. In particular, the new multiple marks layers feature lets you add an unlimited number of layers to the map. This means you can visualize multiple sets of location data in context of one another, and there’s no need for external tools to build custom background maps.[Read more…] about Map Layers in Tableau – step by step (or layer by layer)
When you are creating a calculated field in Tableau Desktop, Server of Prep you might want to create some comments to help others see what the purpose of this field is, or explain the calculation that you made. In other situations you might want to test a line of code, and disable a previously written block of code without deleting it.
This is all possible using comments in calculated fields.[Read more…] about Comments in Tableau
If you experience 502 errors when downloading large datasets from Tableau Server – either in a browser or Tableau Desktop – you might occur problems not related to Tableau Server, but a proxy or gateway in front of the server.[Read more…] about 502 errors on datasource downloads from Tableau