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In Creating a Tableau Extension / Part One we introduced you to Git, GitHub, Yarn, Visual Studio Code as well as Bootstrap, jQuery and the Tableau Extension API library. In Creating a...

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Two weeks ago, I wrote part one of my four-part series in Creating a Tableau Extension / Part One where we introduced Git, GitHub, Yarn, Visual Studio Code as well...

Creating a Tableau Extension / Part One

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I have experimented with the new Tableau Extensions API since the Tableau Beta for 2018.2 and found this new feature to be a real game changer. Being an experienced web...

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When I started to learn Tableau, I remember being completely amazed and confused about how to build Bora Beran’s blog on Sunbursts; I could not believe that this was possible...

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In this lecture, we are going to look at Table Calculations and the INDEX() Function. When creating Bespoke Data Visualisations, this is perhaps the single most important function to know as it will be key to our calculations. There are very few Dashboards that I have built that does not feature this versatile Table Calculation.

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