thanks for your feedback.
I don't have a problem with the calculation of box-plot as Tableau is doing the hard work for me but I have a problem with the visualization.
In each page view I get all products displayed but I only need the products displayed which are within the "page" setup.
Do you have an idea how to hide those empty products?
It is not a kind of data filter it is more a visualization filter.
Working with Page's offers a great opportunity going through tons of data.
Select analysis-aggregate measures,follow the steps given in the links i shared earlier.
As far as I know you cannot remove those empty columns.
Tableau help says the following about pages:
The Pages shelf lets you break a view into a series of pages so you can better analyze how a specific field affects the rest of the data in a view. (...)
The Pages shelf creates a set of pages, with a different view on each page.
If the view would change, how could you see what changes in your data when you change the data in the page shelf?
Hence everything in your view stays the same but some marks are not displayed anymore.
Thanks for your answer.
I like the page shelf as it has a very easy way of going through all of the data.
Just click by click through the different pages.
We have more than >100 products which creates a very long scroll bar on the bottom.
In each page shelf view all products are displayed, although the actual view setup states only a sub group.
Can I somehow enable only to display the data from the actual page view setup?
Or is their another way of displaying the data in the intended way?
Just found a work around with a colleague and would like to share it with you.
We created a combined field with the "page shelf" setup and used it as a filter.
We displayed the filter and set it up as a slider - so we simulated the page shelf setup .