Step line charts have been introduced with Tableau’s 2018.1 release and it’s really hard to remember that there was a time before, where it needed a little hack to create such a step line, like for example described in this post by Rody Zakovich. Continue reading “Step Area Charts in Tableau”
Today my students and I practiced a waterfall chart – a chart type you just have to know when you want become an accountant 🙂
While practicing I brought up the idea of a connected waterfall chart, something I did for the first time in a #makeovermonday some weeks ago (click for the interactive version on Tableau Public). Continue reading “Connected Waterfall Charts”
a collaborative blog by Ken Flerlage and Klaus Schulte
Last week at work I (Klaus) puzzled my head over an interesting question. I was looking at production orders and production dates and had to calculate differences between production dates:
- If a production order has consecutive production days (the datediff between the days is 1) then the machine only has to be equipped once.
- If the datediff between two production days is >1, the machine has to be equipped on each production date.