In the last block we saw Joins in SQL In this blog, we will see how Joins work in Tableau. Joins in Tableau Tableau uses 4 types of Joins: Step 1: Create an Excel file by naming the file “Sample.xlsx and Create two sheets with Table 1 and Table 2. Step 2: Launch Tableau Desktop […]
Joins A join is used to combine two or more tables. It returns the matching rows from the combined tables by using reference column in both the tables. Types of Joins: Inner Join: Inner join or Equi-join, returns rows from the both the tables based on the matching values of the columns. Example: Below we […]
In Part 1, we learned that in Tableau we can create two types of Color Palettes Regular – Used for Dimensions and Discrete Fields Sequential – Used for Measures or Continuous Fields Creating Custom Sequential Color Palette: Step 1: We have created the Custom Regular palette in How to Create Custom Color palette in Tableau […]
Tableau provides awesome visualizations and color palettes. Tableau provides multiple color palettes, but in case you have to create your own custom color palette, use preferences.tps file. Why use Preferences.tps file ? Prefrences.tps file can be used to create consistent colors across the enterprise. It is also useful when developer has to use colors which […]
Dimensions and Measures are very important in any Business Intelligence implementation. An understanding of these concepts are important for learning Tableau. Exercise: Use the table below and Identify Dimensions and Measures. Post your answers in the comments section.