3 Replies Latest reply on Sep 11, 2014 9:53 AM by Markella Skempri

    Heat Map or Co-Occurrence Matrix Data Structure

    jonathan.richman.2

      I am looking to be able to visualize which items are purchased in the same order most frequently (e.g., widget1 and widget2 are purchased together 10% of the time, etc.).

       

      My data is arranged so that each item bought is a row. A single order (which may consist of one or more items) may span a number of rows (one per item ordered).

       

      See attached CSV for some dummy data.

       

      Is there a way to do this in Tableau? Maybe a heat map, but not sure this will work.

       

      Any thoughts on how best to do this type of visualization in Tableau?


      Thanks,

      JR



      PS:


      I was really interested in doing something Circos (Circos Table Viewer - Circular Visualization of Tabular Data // with Circos - Circular Genome Data Visualization), which I know Tableau doesn't do, but I can't figure out how to convert my data into a format that Circos will be able to use.