Little confused on the goal - you have a dimension that breaks out your data by when it is due -
and then you apply a filter for the "next 60 day" == but "next 60 days" is not a value in your dimension - what dimension are you filtering on??
Please make up a dummy file and post your twbx workbook Anonymize your Tableau Package Data for Sharing
Agree with Jim above. Can you share some sample data? Unsure if you’re using a flag, a date, etc.
Also, are you using a *filter* or a parameter? Thanks!
Hi - I am using a filter for relative dates so as the data is updated it will always show items due in 30, 60 and over 60 days. I am working on getting permission to share a redacted workbook and will post one as soon as I have the go ahead.
Another thought I had was maybe using an LOD Calculation.
Good morning again
I now understand the you have a second "Date" dimension that you are using in a filter - and when you filter that to 60 days the viz does not present any thing that in less than 30 day bucket - the first question is how does Date relate to the buckets yu created - could be that you have no records in the "due within 30 day' bucket
but more probably the "Date field" and the filter are filter out values you need to determine the buckets correctly - the only way we will know is to see the TWBX workbook