Débora studied Computer Engineering in Portugal while building her own business of music for special occasions. Wanting a bigger challenge, she decided to come to the UK to complete
A rewind of some of the great things that I’ve enjoyed the most during these 4 months of training.
Here are some tips that I try to follow religiously when it comes to any project in Tableau.
One of the best things about Tableau is how the user can interact with dashboards and create a view totally personalised for their needs. But how can you let the user know how to do it?
Here’s how to use parameters to allow different fields to sort by.
Have you tried Set Actions? Here’s how to create an intuitive drill-down using it!
Some of the fun stuff that you end up learning at the Data School. A less serious blog post about the serious stuff we go through.
How to add icons to your drill down set actions.
How can you test your Regex? For starters, click here!
How do you unhide all the sheets, even the ones that are only in your tooltips? Just click here to know.
My experience on “Dashboard” Day 3.
The task: Read it in here: https://www.thedataschool.co.uk/andy-kriebel/avengers/ We were also told that the final result should be in the format of an infographic and that we had to show our drawings to Andy before moving on to Tableau. The "why did I struggle?" My...
Dashboard Week has begun! But day 1 was more of a Workflow than of a Dashboard one…
Quick tip on how to know how much time each of your tools are taking to run.
Have you heard about the 3-hour projects that the Data Schoolers face on Friday? Here’s a sum up of the good and the bad of it.
The tips and tricks that I have used on this week’s Makeover Monday (2019W12).
A really quick and easy tip: Order matters!!
A quick tip on how to drag things around effectively in Tableau.
What does the colour of the pill really tell us?