Amy Tran

Amy hails from Vietnam and completed a bachelor’s degree in Economics at the Australian National University. While working a marketing role in Japan, she became interested in data analysis and began self-learning Tableau. She applied to join The Data School to gain knowledge and experience working with data in order to pursue a career in data analytics. In her own time, Amy is an avid blogger and also enjoys working on craft projects.

Column-Level Security in Tableau using User Functions

Column-Level Security in Tableau using User Functions

This post is a continuation from my previous post on Row-level Security (RLS). Despite the abundant amount of blogs and articles on RLS, Column-Level Security seems to be less popular and rarely mentioned. In this article, I will provide step-by-step instruction on...

Row-Level Security in Tableau using User Functions

Row-Level Security in Tableau using User Functions

Have you ever wondering what are those functions under the USER section in Tableau's calculated field? User Functions can be used to create user filters or row/column-level security that affect visualizations published to Tableau Server or Tableau Online, so that only...

5 Creative Use Cases of Tableau Set Actions

5 Creative Use Cases of Tableau Set Actions

If you've been reading blogs & watching videos about Tableau, you've probably heard someone mentioning Set Actions. A quick google search would show hundreds of tutorials teaching how to do Set Actions. The problem is that there are not many blogs sharing examples...

6 Simple Ways to Enhance your Tableau Map

6 Simple Ways to Enhance your Tableau Map

Difficulty Level: Upper Beginner - Intermediate One of the problems I encountered when I first learned Tableau was that map took up a lot of space, yet I wasn’t good enough to get much information out of it. At the time, putting a map on a dashboard was a risky...