Not via the built in binning, but you could write a calculation to do it
if [measure]>0 and [measure]<=2 then "0 to 2"
elseif [measure]>2 and [measure]<=2.5 then.......
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Not with the official "bins", but you can do it with a calculated field that will look something like this:
IF [Measure]>0 AND [Measure]<= 2 THEN [DoThis]
ELSEIF [Measure]>2 AND [Measure]<= 2.5 THEN [DoThis]
The thing most people miss [because it is "normal" syntax in math] is that in Tableau you have to repeat each element of the equation when stringing them together with AND and/or OR [little bit funny?]
0.00 < x ≤ 2.00
has to be expressed as
0.00 < x AND x ≤ 2.00
Knowing these guys are all Stanford math whizzes, I'm guessing they consider your construction a bit of "short-hand", so they don't choose to recognize it. [Just a guess.]
Alex, in the future we would ALL greatly appreciate it if you would toggle the "I've got this flag" to on, so the rest of us don't waste our time on the same question!
I'm just saying...
EDIT: What? You didn't see the new "I've got this flag" Dustin just added? Sorry, no insult intended.
Message was edited by: Shawn Wallwork
Did exactly the same thing this morning. Needless to say your answer was more detailed - you know what I'm like....
Alex Kerin wrote:
Needless to say your answer was more detailed - you know what I'm like....
I do indeed know, even though we've never meet. [Weird that.]
But just to be clear this was NOT really a msg to Alex; but one for my friend Dustin. Hey dude!
Thanks guys - That helped