First up, you might qualify for this: Academic Programs | Tableau Software my daughter does, and does her some of her assignments in Tableau
Yes, you can do what you are describing as well
This should be "sheet swapping" or "guided analysis" (depending on exactly how you want it to work).
Could you explain in more detail (or maybe include some sample data) and someone can help you with it
This is what my test project looks like. You can click on it and stuff pops up. I never thought I could do something like that.
Right now, when I click on Australia, I get a blue rectangle. I still see all the info I need to see with a text box.
I loved the mass of rectangles on the bottom of my current dashboard, so I thought it would be cool to make one for the four options. I did this by basically reversing the data in a different spreadsheet (excel) and uploaded it as a different data set. From there, I made another test for what I had in mind.
When I click on Australia on the map, I would love for this to pop up (instead of zooming in on a blue rectangle). When I click on Australia on the mass of rectangles, I can pull up a close-up of just Australia. That's cool, too! If that's the case, I wouldn't mind the bottom changing to just the Australia test. Or any combination thereof, if you get what I mean.
Thank you very much for your help! I will look into the Tableau for students when my last week of school and finals are done. I still have a year left so this will be wonderful!
It just depends on how you design the dashboard to work.
I'm hoping you can open the attachment, then choose a country in the map and then a state in the treemap.
This is done with 2 dashboard actions
guided analysis.twbx 471.8 KB
If that answers your question, please mark my reply as "correct answer"
Not sure what I did, BUT I DID IT!
I looked at your data to see how it was set up (because I didn't understand what you meant by that), and tweaked mine. I, uhm, wasn't able to replicate it again, but that doesn't matter since I have it saved and can reference what I did with the Favorite Game rectangles.
If that worked.
Thank you, thank you, thank you.