Tableau QT: Filled Square Charts

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In this Tableau quick tip, we are going to walk through the creation of a Filled Square Chart in Tableau in 5 minutes or less. Something very simple and...

Tableau QT: Variable Width Bar Chart

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Another requested tutorial (most are being requested these days, so do get in touch if you have a tutorial request). In this Tableau quick tip, we are going to...

Tableau QT: Connected Scatter Plots

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In this Tableau quick tip, we are going to walk through the creation of a Connected Scatter Plots in Tableau in 5 minutes or less. Something very simple and...

Creating Nolan Charts in Tableau

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I have been following the 2020 US election very closely, yes, it is still in the primary season, but I saw a Nolan Chart and thought that I had...

Tableau QT: Completion Gantt Charts

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In this Tableau quick tip, we are going to walk through the creation of a Completion Gantt Chart in Tableau in 10 minutes or less.

Tableau QT: Error Margin

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On Thursday 12th December the UK had a General Election. On Wednesday 27th November YouGov released its MRP poll which gave a break down of the estimated votes shared...

Cryptocurrency Dashboard Full Tutorial

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Once a month, I am going to write a full feature-length tutorial on creating an intricate multi-feature dashboard for you to work through and enjoy. We are going to...

Tableau QT: Rootogram

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Last week our Tableau Quick Tip was on creating a Histogram with a Normal Distribution Curve. This week we are going to build a variation of this and our...

Create a Bar Chart (Textured) in Tableau

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Requested by a student, here is a tutorial on adding Textures to Bar Charts to create a very nice and interesting effect. This uses data densification as well as...

Tableau QT: Histogram with Normal Curve

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Welcome to 2020. Hopefully, this will be the start of a glorious year, and we at Tableau Magic are definitely excited for things to come. Here is our first...

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E10. GIT (Version Control)

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Git is a free and open-source distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency. Git is easy to learn and has a tiny footprint with lightning-fast performance. We will use Git and GitHub to save our work.

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