Advanced | Intro to Calculations
- What are the different methods to create a calculated field?
- How do you change the default aggregation for a measure?
- What is the difference between aggregate and row level calculations? Demonstrate the difference between the following calculated fields
- SUM( [Profit] ) / SUM( [Sales] )
- [Profit] / [Sales]
- Create a view using a quick table calculation. Create a duplicate of the view and change how the quick table calculation is being computed.
- Create a view showing multiple aggregations of the same measure. Compare the MIN, MAX, SUM, and AVG of the same measure on the same view.
- In what situations is it not possible to add trend lines or forecasting to a view?
- What is ANOVA? How is it determined with Tableau?
- Create a calculated field to make the following string to a date: 2014AUG12
- Create a calculated field to find the Time to Ship (difference between the Order Date and Ship Date in Superstore)
- Create a calculated field to show the Sales for the West Region.
- Create three new calculated fields to split the Customer Name field into separate fields for First Name, Middle Name, and Last Name.
- Why would a forecast show a horizontal line and how to fix it?
- Introduction to Calculations
- Statistics Calculations
- Trend Lines, Residuals, and Forecasting
- Date Calculations
- String Calculations
- Aggregation Granularity and Ratio Calculations
- Aggregate Calculations
- Resolving "Cannot mix aggregate and non-aggregate arguments" Calculation Error
- Error "Cannot blend secondary data source ... unsupported aggregation"
- Advanced Analysis
- Functions, Operators, & Data Types
- Follow along with the videos and complete the companion workbook exercises when available.