A new way of using Reference Bands in Tableau

Inspired by Challenge 48 in WorkoutWednesday, I wanted to blog about how this challenge opened up a new way of using reference bands in Tableau. After learning how to create a waterfall chart in Tableau (see previous post here), the next challenge I had was finding a way to build this "profitability bridge". At first, … Continue reading A new way of using Reference Bands in Tableau

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Understanding how to build a waterfall chart in Tableau

This blog post is inspired by a WorkoutWednesday challenge, which can be found here. The task was to build a waterfall chart based on the top 5 sub-categories, and to compare this with the other sub-categories by bucketing them all up in "Other". We also wanted to show the value for all of the sub-categories … Continue reading Understanding how to build a waterfall chart in Tableau

Unveiling the Viz: Brexit Decision Tree

Step 1: My colleague introduced me to the visualisation below from Information is Beautiful about the different Brexit options: I had always wanted to break down the Brexit situation and understand the different possibilities. So I was inspired to create something similar in Tableau. Step 2 I wanted to see if this could be spatially … Continue reading Unveiling the Viz: Brexit Decision Tree