Luke Stanke

2019 Week 45: What is our daily fulfillment rate by region?

For this week’s challenge I was working on our own internal dashboards trying to show progress to a series of targets and landed on the this week’s challenge! This one combines my favorite chart type: the donut chart with the humble checkmark. – LS Challenge Click image to view on Tableau Public Requirements Format: 800px …

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2019 Week 41: Which customers are costing us?

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 …

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2019 Week 33: 2018 IronViz Finalist Corey Jones’s Table Challenge

This week are excited to continue the community challenge month by welcoming Corey Jones. Based out of Philadelphia, Corey was a 2018 IronViz Finalist and is an avid sports fan. One of the great things that comes with working with a talented team is that you have the opportunity to learn from and push each …

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2019 Week 29: Which months do we see a higher number of orders?

Last week we were putting together a deck for an executive team and we wanted to show the seasonality of data while still showing the overall average. In our time crunch we came up with our challenge for this week!p Challenge – Intermediate Click image to view on Tableau Public Requirements – Intermediate Format: 900px …

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2019 Week 20: Can you show the top and bottom states for total orders

This week Ann and I are doing a live Workout Wednesday for the San Fransisco Bay Area Tableau User Group, so I tried to make sure this challenge can be done in 30 minutes. Challenge Click image to view on Tableau Public Requirements Format: 750px by 850px Create a bar-on-bar chart that shows: A top …

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2019 Week 13: Can you create a dynamic view of historical DATA prices?

This week were taking a look at Tableau Stock prices using candlestick charts. So whats different about this? The dates aggregate at differet levels depending on the number of candlesticks! This challenge is not easy so there are 2 achievement levels. You can make this chart using either a gantt chart or by unioning the …

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