Ajeet you can do this! Take your best shot at figuring this out. Connect to your Excel file and do your best. When you get stuck, let us know by posting a packaged workbook with as far as you got. And explain why you're having difficulties. We are great at helping you work through your issues; not so much with doing your work for you.
This is a teaching forum first and foremost. This is NOT an answer forum like you might find elsewhere.
So meet us half-way, and we'll get you the rest of the way home.
Welcome to the forum, Ajeet.
I hope you will get good answers to your question. As already implicitly mentioned, it is easier to attract helpers when a packaged workbook is attached. See more about this in following video: Attaching a Packaged Workbook
Any help would be much much appreciated.
You might find a solution or get tips by reading previous threads about route+origin+destination:
Although not much, this hopefully counts as 'any help'
Johan aka Kettan
Tips about using the forums:
Attaching a Packaged Workbook (video)
You are welcome, Ajeet,
Since I am a beginner in maps and haven't worked with routes, I am curious too what material to study when or if I need to learn this. This is what I found by Googling:
Video: Advanced Mapping Techniques
I have a feeling better learning material is available and hope others share some recommended links assuming this is the kind of network maps you intend to make.
Johan aka Kettan
You are a beginner in maps, and I have just started exploring Tableau.
Sharing is Caring !
And thanks for the links Kettan. This link is much helpful - VizWiz: Tableau Tip: Create hub & spoke diagrams using the Path shelf - Data Visualization Done Right
I found my solution here:
Keshia Roseanswered what I wanted.
A good forum behavior is to mark correct answers as correct.
In your case, it is your own answer which is correct
Although credit goes to Keshia for providing a solution, it is your own answer in Re: Shipment data which is the correct answer. Please mark it with a green star. This will close this question and thus save helpers' time and keep the forum clean as some phrase it.
Questioners, who share how they solved their own questions, are much valued in this forum. What makes this even more special is that you are a first time questioner and new to the forum! It would not surprise me if Tracy includes you in her weekly community digest :-) Here is a link to last week's digest: Community Digest - Ending 12/15
Thanks ! you are providing me with loads of info.
It is important to get a good start and feel welcomed