I'm brand new to Tableau, and while I tried searching for this (probably easily answered) question, I wasn't able to find a decent solution.
I have a large data set of varying metrics for different countries. All countries are assigned a continent. For simplification's sake let's say, I have 100 rows of countries, each containing data on the number of airports, train stations, and employees. I want to create a table where in the rows I have each continent, and in each individual column I have things like the number of countries containing airports in Asia, the total number of airports in Asia, etc.
When I add airports to my worksheet, it shows me the number of airports in each individual country, but I want to sum them all together. I also want to be able to sum the number of countries where the number of airports > 0.
So the data looks something like this
Continent State Airports Train Stations Employees
Asia China 2 4 6
Asia Indonesia 0 1 2
Asia Japan 3 5 10
Africa Kenya 1 6 3
It currently looks like this:
And I want to make a table that looks like this:
Continent Countries w/ Airports Total Airports
Asia 2 5
Africa 1 1
TOTAL 3 6
Can anyone help?