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## Enhancing Interactivity of Your Viz with Set Action

In my last blog, I talked about how to create sets in Tableau and use those sets to help you perform more in-depth analysis. In short, sets are a powerful way to divide members of a certain field into two groups, that is, IN and OUT, which can then be used as a filter...

## A Beginner’s Guide to Using Sets in Tableau

Intro to Sets Most people will have had some exposure to set theory in high school. In mathematics, a set is just a well-defined collection of distinct objects, whose order or arrangement in the set does not matter. This theory is applied and performed in Tableau...

## Creating Pareto Chart in Tableau

The Pareto Principle The Pareto Principle, also known as the 80/20 rule or the law of the vital few, basically states that 80% of the consequences come from 20% of the causes. This principle was named after the Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto, who illustrated that...

## Level up Your Tableau Skill with Viz in Tooltip

In week 2 at the Data School, the focus of our training shifted from Alteryx to Tableau. From sets, parameter actions, to Mapbox and viz in tooltip, this week was packed with intermediate and even some advanced Tableau techniques. This isn’t what usually would happen...

## My First-hand Experience at the Data School

Originally scheduled to begin in April, our training was delayed by two months due to the Coronavirus lockdown. Fortunately, we were able to start in June as planned, with 8 people training together in one room, while strictly following social distancing rules. Now...