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I looked at this.
I went to your "Age Slope" sheet and dragged [Age Slope] onto the detail shelf. Fixed it right up.
Thank you Joe!
I am not sure why that works (none of my other calculated fields had been dragged on to the detail tag and display fine), but it works nevertheless.
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I'm not sure either. But I noticed that the same kind of thing is happening on the "HLA Slope" sheet. Drag [HLA Slope] onto the detail shelf and the three dots go away on the sheet.
I'm tempted to say that it's because you're not putting a formal calc field there, but rather you are using code directly on the shelf. Since there are no rows or columns, tableau must be doing something under the hood to us on these sheets.
And check out "HLE Slope" sheet. On the sheet you have a billion instances of the value. Drag the [HLE Slope] on the shelf, and it pares down to one instance of the value. Actually, I think the three dots that we're seeing in all these cases is Tableau's way of telling us that we have a billion instances on all these sheets. It's just displaying this one spelled out instead of putting three dots.
But this doesn't seem to hold for all instances. Try it on "High SES". No change. But then again, this one is wrapped in AGG(), so maybe that changes things.