For the third year in a row I have been selected Tableau Forum Ambassador.[Read more…] about Tableau Ambassador 2023-2024
On the 27th of February the Tableau User Group Netherlands organized – together with the Data + Women Netherlands Tableau User Group – the first meeting of 2023. It was a very nice meetup with a perfect reception from Randstad, and two interesting talks:
- The Learning Path of Tableau (Randstad)
Liezl Brouckaert & Alina Cristea
Providing your Tableau creators with a clear personal development pathway to becoming Tableau experts is crucial. Making sure the content gives them the skills they need to unlock the value from the data is vital. But … how do you make sure the program lands well? How do you ensure employees remain engaged and complete the levels?
- Tableau: New features in 2023 from Tableau
Showcasing all the new and hot features in the new release also inspired by the Tableau community.
Watch the Tableau User Group session from the 27th of February:
Datefilters are one of the most common filters on any dashboard. They are needed to see trends, make decisions on the right period, and analyse within the right context. But most of the times these filters are not optimal – so let’s make them better (and prettier)
[Read more…] about Better datefilters in Tableau
I visualized the Top 2000 as broadcast by Radio 2 for the 11th time (I believe) in a different way using Tableau.[Read more…] about The Radio Top 2000 visualised – edition 2022
The order of operations in Tableau refers to the sequence in which the software processes the data and calculations in a given worksheet or visualization.
The order of operations in Tableau is the order in which Tableau performs its various actions. An action is mostly identified as a filter, but can also be a calculation or another Tableau feature which is computed.
This is Tableau’s Order of Operations:
It shows in which sequence filters are handled with by Tableau: first extract filters, than datasource, context, dimension, measure and table calculation filters. The ‘inserts’ on the right are