# Tableau

## #WOW2022 W48: Can you do this in ONE dashboard?

Introduction This week we have an early release due to doing a live session at VizIt London. For this week I wanted to focus on the new feature, Dynamic Zone Visibility and I have taken inspiration from an old WOW from Ann in 2018. See older challenge here Click to open in Tableau Public Requirements …

## #WOW2022 | Week 47 | Can you label and sort small multiples?

Introduction Small multiples can be a good way to see overall trends across several categories, but sometimes it can be tricky to get the sorting and labels right, so that’s what we’ll practice this week! Since baseball season is over now, we’ll look at overall win percentage from 1998 to 2022 for Major League Baseball …

## #WOW2022 | 46 | Let’s build a map!

Introduction Man, sometimes the #datafam is just so very inspiring. I recently saw this tweet by Visionary, Klaus Schulte, this week and immediately knew I wanted to make a challenge out of it.  The premise is quite simple – make a tile map but also add the state outline to further assist readers to where …

## #WOW2022 | Week 45 | Average Patient Waittimes

Introduction This week’s challenge was derived from a project that I helped some colleagues with. My colleagues were working on a client project for a travel company. They wanted to be able to compare a selected “Event Date” with an average travel day. The aim was to see if and how travel patterns might be …

## 2022 – WEEK 44: What is the lifetime value of customers?

Introduction This is probably my favorite challenge of the year. So i’m saving it for near the end. You’ll need level-of-detail and table calculations to solve this one. For this challenge you need to calculate customer lifeftime value (in sales). While their are many ways to do this. We are going to keep this as …

## #WOW2022 | Week 43 | Selected Subcategory Influence

Introduction Hi Workout Wednesday friends!  I’m back, just in time for the Tableau 2022.3 release, which means we’ll be exploring Dynamic Zone Visibility.  This new feature allows you to use calculations and logic to dynamically show and hide dashboard elements (pretty powerful).  So in this challenge, you’ll get some hands on exposure to this new …

## #WOW2022 | Week 42 | Can you use Tableau to estimate Aaron Judge’s home run trajectories?

Introduction Hello there, Workout Wednesday #DataFam! This week’s challenge is all about two of my passions growing up: baseball and physics. This past baseball season, New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge broke the 61 year old American League record for home runs in a single season set by Roger Maris in 1961 – Judge concluded …

## #WOW2022 Week 41: Can you do YoY comparisons?

Introduction Welcome to week 2 of #WOW2022 community month! I’m excited to have Liam Huffman joining me for this week’s challenge. Liam is a fellow colleague at Evolytics and is a great member of the #datafam! With that – here’s Liam Hey everyone! I’m excited to be here sharing my challenge dashboard. This one focuses …

## #WOW2022 | Week 40 | Applying Accessibility Principles to Data Visualization

Introduction October is Community Month here at Workout Wednesday. This means that each challenge will be brought to you by a guest coach from our wonderful data community Kicking things off this week, we have a challenge by Collin Smith (@collinalldata).  “Have you ever tried to incorporate accessibility into a Tableau dashboard? Incorporating accessibility into our …

## 2022 – Week 39: Where were COVID-19 Cases most active on December 30th, 2021?

Introduction This week we’ll look back at COVID-19 cases in the continental United States on December 30th, 2021. In this challenge you will use data from covidactnow.org to show where cases were most prevalent in terms of cases per 100,000. The data for this challenge are already pre-loaded in a workbook. They include the COVID-19 …

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