Happy Monday everyone!
Last year, we released the initial version of TabMon to help server admin's monitor the health of their servers. Last week, we released the next version, TabMon v1.1, that has support for additional counters and feature enhancements that you asked for.
TabMon is community-supported, and we are releasing the full source code under the MIT open source license. We hope you'll add your own contributions to this tool. We are excited to see where you take it.
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deepesh moad had a complex issue recently with Need help in creating cumulative unique customers purchases
The community has been trying to solve this thread for a while. Feel free to hop on the challenge and work toward a solution!
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With almost 11.000 viewers, How to bring multiple Excel files into Tableau as one connection? is our Most viewed thread. Siraj Samsudeen is trying to import a number of Excel files which are exported from an Oracle database. Do you have the skills it takes to be a Data-Hero here?
Top Voted Idea
He suggests highlighting the syntax words like Case, When, Then, End etc.
The result should look like this
Talking about visualization ... This will differentiate user-input texts from Tableau-defined syntactic words. It will make the formula easier to read and to debug.
Do you agree with Alexander and the 10 other community members who voted Yes?
Speaking of Ideas - check out all of your Ideas that made it into Tableau 10
In Other News
- Have you seen the new Device Designer in Version 10? Try it out on Tableau Public. Finally a viz on my phone! Tips on Using the New Device Designer in Tableau Public 10 | Tableau Public
- There are plenty more posts related to Tableau 10's new features, check out the Tableau Blog to keep up on all the great tips and tricks included in this release.
- It's a Bank Holiday in the UK, enjoy your day off, playing with numbers!
That's all for this week, we hope to see you soon on the forums, with even more challenging threads and splendid analytics.
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