Not in 10.5. But Set Actions in 2018.3 will let you do stuff like that..
Let me qualify what I said about 10.5. If you filter your data to start and end based on the parameters, and set the filter to "only relevant", then your slider range will be the start-through-end dates. But if you wanted just to set the initial slider values (and still have dates lower and higher than that range), then you're not going to do that in 10.5.
Thanks for the reply Joe.
Can you give an example about Set Actions in 2018.3 ??
It's a totally new thing, so I have only seen demos of it. They showed stuff at the Tableau convention in October.
Short answer, I don't have an example. But people HAVE published examples and a google search will bring up a bunch of them. And new examples are coming all the time.
Thanks for the update though!
Can you plzz guide me for another problem Im facing: I have a Date filter for hourly and daily aggregations whereas for weekly aggregation Im making a calculation and using it as a
Start Week Date Filter calculation: date(datetrunc('week',date("1" + "/" + "1" + "/" + STR([Year]))+([Week]-1)*7,'Sunday')) where [Week] and [Year] are the integer values like year = 2018 and week = 21,31 n so on
Im getting correct Date filters for my Hourly,Daily and Weekly aggregations. When I go for Monthly aggregated Data ( and now I have [Month] as integer value in Data) I tried to use Month/Year format from Start of the Week calculation BUT when I show filter; graph is shown against NULL/ALL selected in this Month Date Filter and against valid selected Months in filter I dont get graph. WHY is that so ???? The filter is showing values lik January 2018, February 2018, March 2018. I even tried out using Month/Year format in Relative Date filter type on Start of the Week DATE but same problem persists there as well.
Thanks & Appreciated Joe
AJ -- Start a new thread for each new question. Most participants on the board won't see your question here, and you want more people to see your question because I don't have the bandwidth right now to look at your issue.
I recommend that you post a sample workbook with the new question. It's going to require some hands-on playing to deal with that question.
ok Joe. I appreciate your guidelines!