This is exactly what I am looking for as well. Haven't been able to recreate it yet.
Hello Michael, Lynda,
This is fairly straight forward, once you know your way around in Tableau. But certainly, when you're learning, the techniques can seem a bit confusing. Do either of you have a sample data set that you're interested in building this Vis from?
When I saw the question about bullet charts, it reminded me of a blog post I wrote some time ago:
also, Andy Kriebel has a new one out on spark lines & KPIs:
Maybe with those two posts alone you'll be able to get where you're trying to go. If not, please attach some test data & we'll see what we can do for you.
Did you find a solution to your question Lynda? I'd be really keen to find out as I'm facing the same issue!
You can also take a look at this video from Chris Love for additional reference, as well.
Remember, it is also much easier to get help on the forums when you attach some sample data.
a little late, but you can recreate such a dashboard by using multiple worksheets.
-> Make sure to use the same dimensions in each sheet.
-> simply hide the dimensions everywhere, except in the sheet with the bullet charts.
-> define the height of the dashboard and set the added worksheets to "entire view" (will help you to achieve the same alignment
-> For the alert symbols, create a calculated field that equals 1 if alert and 0 if not alert. Put the calc to Color and create a custom diverging white to red. Deactivate the tool tips.
-> use text fields for headlines and such, get rid of the headers
Should work like this Performance wise maybe ok since tableau 9.
 Will only work, if you do not need to scroll obviously... .
I am also looking for similar view. Has someone successfully created this in single worksheet
I am also looking for the solution of this issue. Please if anyone solve out this please let me know.
A dashboard with 4 sheets. The oversimplified version (no interactivity, artificial data) looks like this:
Please find the link to the workbook on Tableau Public:
Hope it could help a bit.