
1. Re: Include a integer range from 1 to n for every row in a dataset for a Coxcomb chart
Ken Flerlage Sep 25, 2018 5:28 PM (in response to John Salazar)Instead of performing the duplication, I'd suggest creating a new table/sheet in your data set. For example, add a sheet to your spreadsheet called "Path"
Then, in Tableau, join this to your data using a 1=1 join calculation.
This will essentially do a crossjoin, which will match each record in the sales table with each record in the path table.
That should give you the data structure needed to perform the calculations in Bora's tutorial.
Here's a version of the coxcomb chart using this method.

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2. Re: Include a integer range from 1 to n for every row in a dataset for a Coxcomb chart
Ken Flerlage Sep 25, 2018 5:30 PM (in response to Ken Flerlage)As I look at my response, I realize that I've used Bora's method (using bins), not Ben's, but the same basic approach should applyyour Path sheet/table would just include the 1 to n values needed to "densify" your data. I actually prefer this method over bins because it is less complicated and generally more performant.

3. Re: Include a integer range from 1 to n for every row in a dataset for a Coxcomb chart
John Salazar Sep 26, 2018 3:16 PM (in response to Ken Flerlage)Your second approach worked for me  no bins needed. I still marked your first answer as correct though, as it goes more in depth for the answer. Thanks!