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A Power BI Tip for Financial Statement Calculations

In the realm of financial statements, both the income statement and the balance sheet play crucial roles in providing insight into a company’s financial health,...

Two-Dimensional Control with Slicer

In the realm of analytical panels, space is a premium resource. Thus, optimizing this limited space is crucial, and one effective strategy is to utilize...

Dashboard Week — Dynamic Zone Visibility

During the entirety of Dashboard Week, I delved deep into the intricacies of dynamic zoning in Tableau. My exploration yielded two comprehensive dashboards, both harnessing...

Dashboard Week — Day4: How to display more information in the header of the bar chart?

In the preceding graphic, the bar chart brilliantly illustrates not just the product name, but also its category and subcategory. Today, I’m excited to walk...

Dashboard Week — Day3: Star Trek

Embracing the vastness of the Star Trek universe – spanning TV series, movies, and books – I’ve designed an interactive Tableau dashboard to navigate this...

Dashboard Week – Day2: CPU and GPU

Understanding and interpreting data can be a daunting task, particularly when you’re not familiar with the dataset at hand. However, building a data dashboard, a...

Dashboard Week – Day1 LA Crime

At the data school, I’ve learned much about creating graphics, analyzing data with Alteryx, and designing dashboards. Now, I aim to put all this knowledge...

How to Work Effectively with Your Project Manager?

In any team setting, collaboration, communication, and comprehension are the pillars of success. In this piece, we are going to explore how an ordinary team...

Week7 — Unlocking the Power of Window Functions in Tableau

Data analysis often involves comparisons and calculations across a range of data. Tableau’s window functions enable such calculations, helping you unlock deeper insights. In this...

Week6 — The Magic of Regex Tool in Alteryx

Regular Expressions, often shortened to Regex, are sequences of characters that define a search pattern. Mainly used in pattern matching with strings, or string-matching operations...