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Can you attach a workbook? There are some data densification techniques that'll help you to get around that.
Hi Jim, It's not a null value. There are no value to show, there will be 0 marks basically. Tableau defaults it to 'None' when there is no marks i want to show 0 instead
I use the below Measure Calculation in title which shows the number of entries on the table.
ZN(Total([Sum of Number of Product]))
the formula fills the voids (no values ) with 0
give it a try -
It still shows 'None'
Is there any way to over come this ? When ever there is 0 marks aka no rows or data. I am seeing "None". How can we show '0' instead.
Step i am following:
Dragging the "Number of Records" field to text mark and adding "Total Number of Records: SUM(Number of Records)". This becomes "Total Number of Records: None" when there are no records to display.
did this ever get resolved? i'm having a similar problem with "None' in a dynamic title.
I know this is an old post, but I *wish* mine would show None instead of just being blank. Now if only I could recreate your problem...