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## Tableau parameters – Top & bottom N

In today’s blog we’ll take a look at one of Tableau’s most famous features. In my Tableau Public, you will notice that I often use parameters. They are so versatile and allow you to provide the user with the interactivity they need. But what exactly...

## Tableau Tip | Creating A Dynamic Bar Chart With Set Actions

Interactivity is a core component of good Tableau dashboards. It creates a better user experience, and can help your audience find deeper insights in their data. In Tableau, one way of introducing interactivity is through Set Actions. A quick overview of Set Actions...

## Multiple Set Actions in ONE Sheet

In this blog I will teach you how to have multiple set actions on one sheet. After seeing two blogs posted by Alex Stephens and Summer Dong from the Data School AU, I was inspired to combine what I learned from them into one functional sample dashboard. The dashboard...

## A Beginnerâ€™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...

## Using Sets to Colour a Map

While using maps, we sometimes want to show multiple colors for a single dimension on it. Let’s say, top 5 and bottom 5 states by profit in a country. An easy way to do this is by creating sets which means having a subset of data of top 5 and bottom 5 states by...