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I'd suggest using a sunburst chart. Here's an easy-to-use template I recently wrote about: A Template for Creating Sunbursts in Tableau - Ken Flerlage: Analytics Architecture, Strategy, & Visualization
Your blank middle will just be the donut hole. You can then use the Distance field in the Excel template to artificially create the spacing between the first and second rings.
I made up a quick sample data set and plugged it into the template to create this:
I've attached the data as well as the workbook.
Thank you Ken for your reply but I have a follow up
One thing about the data is that the Segment size should reflect the numbers and not the even size segment as you have down in the template.
How can I change it?
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On the Data tab on the Excel workbook, you'd just need to change the numbers in the Value field to your actual values. And, of course, you'd want to change the Component field to be whatever you're actually showing. You can add other columns in the Data tab, if you like as well.
Attached is a version of the data and the workbook with non-equal values.
Does that address your question? If so, could you mark the answer as the correct answer so we can close this thread and others can learn from it in the future. Thanks!
Hi Janice. Just following up to see if this addressed your question. Please let us know if we can be any further help.
Following up on this one. Let us know how we can help further.
Its has been very helpful and the template looks Awesome. I have customized this to suit my requirement and it's working well in version 2018-1-3 .However for development we still have version 10.2 server so I tried to replicate the same in 10.2 however I am not getting desired output. is there a possibility of getting similar template for v10.2 that will help a lot.
Thanks a lot Ken. It was useful and I could achieve the desired output with 10.2 version. Do you have similar template for Radial-gauge chart ?.
If yes then kindly share the same, it will be of great help.
Thanks a TON for all your help and appreciate your support.
What exactly do you mean when you say radial gauge? Can you show an example of what you're looking for?