Once again, this week comes from a real life challenge. This real-life scenario involves a scatterplot of customers and a long, long table. The first requirement was to keep all the customers in the list, but also highlight those customers. After a round of feedback our stakeholder decided they wanted the selected customers to “surface to the top”. As soon as this came up, I knew it was a future Workout Wednesday. – LS
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You will create a scatterplot and a table and have interactivity between the two.
- Format: 1100px by 600px
- Calculate profit ratio. (Total Profit/Total Sales)
- Calculate the full retail price. (Sales/(1-Discount))
- Calculate the total lost sales. (Difference between full price and actual sold price)
- Calculate the weighted discount. (Total lost sales/Full price)
- Show a scatter plot of weighted discount (Dollars Saved/Actual Retail Price) and the profit ratio (Total Profit/Total Sales).
- Show one dot per customer.
- Size the dots by total sales.
- Only show customers with $500 or more sales.
- Make the circles 50% opaque and add a border around the circles.
- The base color of the circle should be #A2A2A2.
- Match the tooltip.
- Show one row per customer.
- Only show customers with $500 dollars in sales or more.
- In the table show: total sales, full retail price, lost sales, weighted discount, and profit ratio.
- Sort customers by lost sales.
- When you select customers from the scatterplot:
- Change the circle color for those customers on the scatterplot.
- Make sure all members remain un-highlighted on the scatterplot.
- Move the selected customer to the top of the text table.
- Keep other customers on the table but have the color change to dark gray (#D4D4D4).
- Show a totals below the selected cohort on the table. Make sure the font is bold for the totals.
- When you deselect make sure the table resets.
This week uses the superstore dataset for Tableau 2019.1. You can get it here at data.world
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