InterWorks Blog: Parameters
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En route to Portland, Oregon to celebrate Chris’ 30th birthday! Another quick blog post here to walk through a technique I use often with my clients who have a Tableau Server setup. This is a great...[more]
Heading to my house in Durham, North Carolina and looking forward to a long bike ride and fresh peaches at the market. Spent this last week in New York City working with a great client with some true...[more]
While in Chicago conducting a training last week a client asked me whether you can offer a hide/show option for reference lines on a published dashboard. My immediate thought was Tableau doesn't have...[more]
Have you ever created a report for your Top 10 Products only to be told by your manager to recreate it for the Top 20? Creating a dynamic report such as this in Tableau is possible through the use of...[more]
A Parameter is any value passed to a program in order to customize the program for a particular purpose. A parameter could be anything: A string of text, a range of values, or an amount just to name...[more]
As your Tableau Software dashboards become more complex you’ll often find yourself needing to mesh multiple data sets from two or more sources. One limitation this creates is the inability to define...[more]