After working on setting up panel/trellis charts for patients' weights and getting assistance from one of the Tableau Community Group users (very appreciative of her assistance), I have attached an updated sample Tableau workbook that provides sample charts that have been generated and worked on at this time. The last chart is based on assistance received from the Tableau Community Group user in which the display of the data is a little better, but there is additional work that needs to be done to make it complete. Therefore, I am submitting a new post to reach out to the Tableau Community Users Group for additional assistance.
After continuing researching and viewing other examples and sample work, I really feel that I can make this work and be able to view patients' weight data in a panel/trellis chart. I'm also trying to set up a header for each box where it will display the patient ID above the chart data. In the attached sample workbook, the "Sample2_AgeInDays_NotWorking" chart displays the actual weight data points for each patient by patient ID. However, it doesn't seem to work out too well when trying to set up the panel or grid-like feature to display the overall data. Right now, the data is displayed in uneven columns, no rows. So it would be nice to get this data in a grid-like or panel-style fashion.
The "Sample3_AgeInDays_GettingCloser" chart in the workbook is based on assistance received from the Tableau Community Group user. The display of the data is a little better. The display gives the appearance that there may be some weights data missing from patients. If I filter on just one patient, in this case Patient ID 1, I am able to see the five weights data. But when I filter the entire dataset, then it looks like the weight data points are "bunched" together. So I'm wondering if I need to change the Y-axis and X-axis to spread out the data points. The X-axis needs some work where it needs to show the actual "age in days" values as compared to the "days (alternate)" values used as "fix" and recommendation from the assistance received from the Tableau Community Group user.
So if someone can look over the attached sample workbook and provides some suggestions on what I need to do to get the display to look more polished and complete, your help is truly appreciative.
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