Sean Miller

#WOW2020 week 35 | Can you build a bivariate map?

Introduction Hi friends! Well, it’s been a quarter since my last challenge so you know what that means, it means we’ve got a new version of Tableau to check out! A couple weeks ago, 2020.3 was released and with it came a whole host of new awesome features and functionality! As always, #WOW2020 is here …

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2020 Week 20: How much do these states contribute to the total?

Introduction What’s up #WOWzers! Have you heard the news? Tableau just release a feature-packed release with v2020.2. So many cool new features to try out and the #WOW2020 enjoyed my new feature challenge so much last time, they invited me back to do a challenge for this release too! One new feature that I’d been looking …

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WOW2020 Week 10: Can you use spatial BUFFER() functions in 2 ways?

Introduction But first… Well, this is it! This week marks my final WorkoutWednesday challenge. Its been so much fun contributing the last couple of months, I hope you enjoy my challenges. But I’ve still got one more, this one. So let’s get to it. The Challenge If you haven’t heard, Tableau version 2020.1 has been …

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Week 04: Can you combine relative and custom dates?

Introduction Well here we are! My first week as an “official” contributor of #WorkoutWednesday! I’m so excited to share my three (3) challenges with you so let’s get to it with the first one. In my day to day life at Cerner, I build analytics that cast a wide net of user personas with all …

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