Luke Stanke

Week 9: What is the 90 day reorder rate?

Introduction I’m not going to hide it: this week will be hard. But this challenge is inspired by real events. In the four months I’ve helped solve various versions of this same problem: how do you do nest a table calculation inside of a level-of-detail calculation? You don’t. But you can nest table calculations–which is …

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Week 1: Can you sort dimensions with a single click?

Introduction We’re back in 2020 with a whole new set of challenges. This month you’ll see challenges from Lorna, Ann, Sean, and myself. I’m starting this year off with a bar chart/data table because in our day-to-day we are always looking for a way to spice up our charts.  To spice up these charts we …

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Workout Wednesday: Where we are and where we are headed in 2020

Twenty-nineteen is nearly in the books! This year we produced fifty-two fantastic challenges with varying degrees of difficulty. None of these challenges could have been successful without your participation! Regardless of difficulty we focused the challenges on learning particular tips or tricks from the tool. Along the way we’ve seen the community grow and evolve …

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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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