Welcome to “Power to the user” blog post serie about parameters. This blog post is about using parameters to swap sheets in the view. The previous blog post was about Top N and sorting with parameters, click here to go and read it if interested. Why would you do that? For multiple reasons, actually. For… Continue reading Power to the user – Parameters part 5 – Swap views
The first client project I worked on at the Data School last year – it was the 3rd week of work – was for a non-profit organization, Connect2Help, that facilitates connections between people who need human services and those who provide them. My colleague Ravi helped them recently with a follow up project and then he involved us asking… Continue reading Connect2Help – Makeover
Parameters are a very powerful instrument to use in Tableau because they enable the user to set the view the way he or she actually prefers. I think parameters are a natural continuation for the series of blog posts about dashboard design: Some tips about Dashboard design Dashboard design: where place what? The importance of formatting and cleaning a dashboard… Continue reading Power to the user – Parameters part 1
This post is a continuation of tips about dashboard design (see previous blog post). When you are projecting a dashboard, remember that what’s relevant in your story should be placed in the top left area of your view, while what’s less relevant is placed in the top right area. Easy, just keep in mind the matrix below:… Continue reading Dashboard design: where place what?
Some time ago, I wanted to start a serie of blog posts about “Best Practices in Viz Design”… Let’s start and continue that for real! My aim would be to write at least 1 or 2 blogs per month about it. In this blog post I want to give you a few tips about dashboard design, useful if… Continue reading Some tips about Dashboard design