Tableau, the leader in visual analytics, gives report developers the flexibility they need to create a variety of dashboards. While it is possible (and fun) to get very creative when developing visualizations, there is a relatively small set of patterns any Tableau developer should know about when creating business reports.
Virtually every company must perform time driven reporting; calculations like “this year versus last year” or “performance since inception” are so pervasive that having these patterns readily available can be very useful.
The following link features some of the most useful patterns I have found while working with Tableau. Feel free to use them as a reference when developing your own dashboards!
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