2 Replies Latest reply on Jan 12, 2016 12:12 PM by Carl Slifer

    switching measures tableau software

    Meriem ALAMI

      Hi everyone

      I am new to Tableau software,

      I have a problem with Measures

      I want to have 3 buttons, each one activates a measure that changing  map view

       

      I know that I should create a sheet with new data as buttons

      But I dont know how can I  link My Map to this sheet ?

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      Thanks

        • 1. Re: switching measures tableau software
          Nirupam Haas Tirukkovalluri

          I think the below link should help you

           

          Sheet Selection on Steroids | VizPainter

           

          Thanks

          Nirupam

          • 2. Re: switching measures tableau software
            Carl Slifer

            Howdy Meriem,

             

            It looks like you want to have 1 worksheet and several different measures. You then want the ability with a click of a switch to change which measure to use? If so we are going to do something pretty simple here. We will create a parameter and a calculated field. We will use the calculated field in our view and then we will make the parameter trigger the calculated field.

             

            1) Create a Parameter

                 a) Change the data type to string

                 b) Chang the radial select option to 'list'

                 c) Type in the list. Accumulated Earnings, ETR Local, Autolink-ETR, etc

             

            2) Create a new calculated field

            CASE [Parameter Name]

            WHEN 'Accumulated Earnings' THEN [Accumulated Earnings]

            WHEN 'ETR Local' THEN [ETR Local]

            WHEN 'Autolink-ETR' THEN [Autolink-ETR]

            END

             

            3) Bring this new measure into the view on the colors shelf of the marks card

            4) Remove the Filter 'noms de measures'

            5) Profit

             

             

            Cheers!

            Carl Slifer

            InterWorks