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Matt Chambers is a Tableau Zen Master. He is also the most-followed author on Tableau Public.
May 12, 2017
By Matt Chambers
Add highlight actions to enhance usability in Tableau
February 13, 2017
By Matt Chambers
I recently found an article showcasing 2016 in charts, and I really liked the slope charts with the area shaded between the two categories being compared.
I found this to be a really cool technique for making a point and telling the story. I wanted to see if I could recreate this in Tableau, so here's how it's done. I'm using the Superstore data in this example.