Thank you, Pooja, and that certainly looks promising. I got as far as Step 6, after I chose "sort" and was asked to fill out the sort dialog box. I was confronted with this:
...a blank sort dialog box. Clearly there is some problem communicating with the underlying data. I will try refreshing the extract and see what transpires.
This is the story of Tableau for me: Something that appears easy on the surface easy ends up taking days. And sorting is one of the worst offenders. I know there is some Excel bashing these forums, but at least Excel is transparent. Frankly, after grappling with this seemingly simply problem for some time, I am discouraged.
I got the same as you, but it doesn't matter.
This KB helps you sort the gender proportion within each organization.
While your requirement is to sort organization by gender proportion.
This can be achieved by calculation field.
I attached a sample workbook using the data from HR Analytics (Polices) as sample.
Sample.twbx 1.5 MB
Hello, Lei Chen, I am a student of analytics and new to this forum, I am working on a project on HR analytics. Can you please share a sample HR data excel sheet which can be used in Tableau. thanks in advance also let me know where can i find HR analytics demo tutorial using tableau @lei chen
Again, I recommend the sample datasets in the 3 HR analysis samples of Tableau,
which are in the form of Tableau extract, not Excel file, but you still can use Tableau Desktop to viz them
Here's another dataset, hoping it'll be helpful for you.