Pane (down) is still an option for me.
Please share your Tableau Packaged Workbook along with some screenshots.
To see Compute using -> Pane (down)
one would need (guess what) ... a Pane :-)
Could you please tell how many Blue Pills
(more specific, Discrete Dimension fields)
do you have on Rows? It takes two :-)
Hope it could help.
I'll take a look once the workbook is up, but it does look like there's something slightly different between the two - the 'at the level' is custom sort on the right, but it's blank on the left.
Sorry not sure how to attach the workbook hoping this will work
Link to the viz here: Tableau Public
Here's a few things which are different between the two tabs which would cause different results;
> The second series on your marks card (for the table calculation) uses the SLA Flag on the 9.3 version, but doesn't on the v10 rebuild;
> The 'Outside of SLA' data for the SLA field has been hidden on the 9.3 sheet
If you adjust those two things above and set the Table Calculation to calculate using 'Cell', Table Down or SLA Flag on the v10 sheet it will match the 9.3 sheet.
I just created a sample sheet in Tableau 9.3 using the same structure and I couldn't get Pane (Down) to show then either;
I don't think it's meant to show in this context anyway as you don't really have any 'rows' in your data, and panes are an intersection of rows and columns. If you're using the exact layout as provided in the sample, you don't need Pane (Down).
Thus, I'm not really sure how you managed to produce that first screenshot. Are you able to attach a file here (click advanced editor in the top right) and attach the exact version of the sheet where you can replicate that dialog in Tableau 10?
That worked, thanks Tom.
I was just loading up the 9.3 version with v10 and it had that option but what you said makes sense.
I was able to replicate what I was doing in v9.3, thank you!