1. Pivot is made by Tableau itself, no changes to the datasource whatsoever.
2. Are you using this field ('school type') as a "feature" (combining with other "features")
or as an attribute (more like a regular dimension)?
If former then you could numerate this field's values and include it into Tableau "Pivot".
If latter then you'd like to leave it as it is.
If you want to apply the "INTERSECTION" logic to the 'school type' field ONLY,
you're better to look at the thread mentioned above (here is a link repeated):
3. To view everything you may want to "Un-check All" in the "Pivot field names" quick filter.
Hope this helps.
I changed integer coded the boolean columns and pivoted them and put them on a quick filter. I can't get the intersection filter to work. My visualization is different than yours. I have a map. If the feature is checked in the checkbox, I want that dot to appear in the map.
Also, the pivoted columns fall into two categories: applications and hardware. They need to be in separate quick filters. How can I do that now that they are in one pivoted column?
Really appreciate your help here, Yuri. Thanks a million!
It would be better if you post a new question to the forum.
You may ping me from that thread and I follow.
Also it would be nice
if you have a sample workbook
(or at least a dataset) at hand.
Will do now.