any thoughts please?
This depends on a lot of different factors. The out of the box charts (those found in "Show Me") should not consume a lot of memory in most cases, but if there is a lot of data (accounting for both rows and columns) then that could lead to heavy memory usage. Other custom charts particularly ones using advanced techniques of data densification, table calculations, etc. can consume a lot of memory because of their complexity.
Say for example I have 5 million record and used simple bar chart no filter, no lod, no table calculations
Same setup with pie chart. In
This scenario can we calculate the memory usage
I'm sure there is a way to do that, but it would require a fair amount of benchmarking. Ultimately, I don't think you need to worry too much about this though. Tableau is designed to handle these charts quite well. What concerns do you have which are leading to these questions?
I have not faced any concerns, I would say it is a comparison mindset. Yes as I come with ETL background I just thought this question, because in ETL Datastage few stages will consume more memory and few will take less memory.
The same way I just thought here.
Can you tell me what kind of benchmarks are there ?
Can we see the memory utilization (like query plan in database and score in datastage) not the execution time which we can get from record performance options.