This week we will continue working on our dashboard from last week. We’ll improve the design a little bit and work on the interactivity to provide more information and guide the user through the dashboard.
- Make the header a solid white box with a a solid line below (same colour as the first bar chart)
- Change the year filter to allow the user to select only one year at a time
- The data in the dashboard should default to 2029
- Instead of absolute discount, calculate the percent discount for each chart
- (List Price – Sale Price) / List Price
- Add a viz in tooltip for each chart, showing the Total List Price and Total Sale Price next to each other
- Change the facetting (filtering) when you click on each chart
- When clicking on a country in the first chart, the 2nd and 3rd chart should be filtered
- When clicking on a Product Category in the 2nd chart, only the 3rd chart should be filtered
- When clicking on the 3rd chart, nothing should be filtered
The resulting dataset should look something like this:
- The list widgets is used to create a dimensional filter: https://help.salesforce.com/s/articleView?id=sf.bi_dashboard_widgets_filter_list_add_flex.htm&type=5
- Create custom calculations with compare tables: https://trailhead.salesforce.com/content/learn/modules/wave_desktop_exploration/wave_calculating_with_the_compare_table
- You can group elements through the use of a container: https://help.salesforce.com/s/articleView?id=sf.bi_dashboard_widgets_container_add_flex.htm&type=5
- You can adjust how a click on one chart filters another through the use of facets: https://help.salesforce.com/s/articleView?id=sf.bi_dashboard_widgets_facet_flex.htm&type=5
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Below is a solution by Tim Dries from Biztory (thanks for that!)
If you want an additional challenge, you can try to make the filter a “single select drop down”. That’s what I had in mind when I created the challenge but what Tim did here meets the requirements.