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No, you'll need a different approach. This is something Table Calculations can be used for (computing different results dependent on the view). If you can post an example, and what results you'd be expecting, we can try to help you as a community.
Just plain Calculated Fields can also produce different results, depending on how your view is laid out. So sum([Sales]) will produce different results at the Order level versus at the Product, State, or (insert dimension here) level. This is what makes Tableau such a powerful tool!
I'm not sure which helps you best, but whatever you are trying to do, it can be done in Tableau!
Thank you Matt,
I just trying to play with headers of the cross-tabs – idea was to use one calculated field to change headers in different views by manipulating with the same parameter and view’s names. Definitely it could be done creating independent formulas (calculated fields) for each view.
Were you finally able to find out if there's any way we can use Worksheet name in a Calculated Field?