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Week 9: Highlighting all points in the year

This week we are going to be working with Dashboard Highlighting, and a bit of experimentation.   Requirements Show the difference between White and Minority Players as a percent of Total Players by year Shade the Area between the two lines Grey When hovering over a year, the labels for White and Minority players will …

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#WorkoutWednesday – Week 6: Regional Sales Across the Product Hierarchy

This week you will need to use your formatting skills and your knowledge with formatting color. You’ll also be using using the rarely-utilized hierarchy on this dashboard and you’ll need to utilize the “+” and “-” to drill in and out of the hierarchy. Below are images and check out the version on Tableau Public …

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#WorkoutWednesday 2018 – Week 5

This week Andy is back with a challenge and it’s very straightforward. You need to create two quarters starting with the month selected and show months for everything else. Requirements No Level-of-Detail calculations. No table calculations. The Q2 value must always appear after Q1. There are no spoilers this week. This week utilizes the Superstore …

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Workout Wednesday: 2018 Week 2 Year to Fiscal Date Running Totals

Kicking off Workout Wednesday, I wanted to challenge the community with one of my favorite Tableau Features, Dates. This week will be looking at Fiscal Years and Running Sums. To make things easy, I am using the Superstore Dataset for this challenge.   Fiscal Year start can be configured via a Parameter X Labels should …

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