Rounding numbers in Tableau is a strange one. If you want to round a decimal to a certain number of places, it’s quite straightforward. However, if you want to round to the nearest ten, or nearest hundred, the syntax gets a bit confusing. Here’s my attempt at making it more understandable.
It was Friday morning. We had each been given a different web scraping project to work on. Little did I know that by the end of the day I would have become familar with Alteryx’s reporting tools. Here’s how I ended up there.
Ever wondered how to effectively visualise survey data? Here are a few tips from my Makeover Monday viz on Gender Equality!
Sometimes data is just meant to be together. When you’ve got identically formatted data spread across multiple sheets, the simplest solution for bringing that into Tableau is a union. I’ll take you through how to set up a union, step by step.
Andy gave us a dataset on three of life’s more important elements: pizza, ice cream & beer. Each one was recorded on a different sheet in an excel file, so a batch macro was needed to bring them all together.