2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 13, 2018 8:02 AM by Jim Dehner

    Grouping rows

    Alessandro Passera

      Hi everyone,


      I have a table containing the sum of the Orders for different countries.


      I would like to group some countries for spoken language, so that their number of Orders are added up.


      For example, I would like to create only one row for all the english speakers countries present in the rows (England, Ireland, USA...)


      How can this be done in Tableau?


      Thanks in advance!



        • 1. Re: Grouping rows
          Naveen B

          Hi Alessandro,


          Grouping in tableau concept check the below link


          Group Your Data


          This will do


          hope this helps kindly mark this answer as correct or helpful so that it will help others




          • 2. Re: Grouping rows
            Jim Dehner

            Good morning

            there are more than one way to group in Tableau


            using groups

            (Note I  used superstore US data - on States)


            right click the country pill and the create group


            and create you croups by selecting then Group


            then you can rename the group


            using sets

            select create set


            create teh set



            with set you have in/out groups -


            or you could set up a simple excel sheet with country name and language and join it on country with your data set



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