As I could understand, you've got your questions
answered previously, at least the number 2 (slider one).
What's special here that you could not get previously?
PS If you're looking for a "special flavour" Date Range filter (slider) that shows
only binned values on both sides (e.g. each 15m, 30m etc), then you're out of luck.
Tableau is using the whole range of dates/times for that.
So both full-range and binned datetime range sliders would look the same.
Really appreciate your response.
Do pardon me if I'm a little slow on understanding as I am a new user.
There are two problems that I faced.
- The "YF : Time" & "YF : Time (Bins)" are two separate dimensions so the graph partitioned into two graphs. Is it possible that the two filters being able to apply on just one measure everything is in a single graph?
- Displaying them as hh:mm format rather than h AM/PM.
Wow, yes that's exactly it!
Thanks Yuriy. That certainly brings a new level of understanding.
Really appreciate it.