Apologies, I didn't quite catch the idea.
Is an outlier defined as being more than 2stddev away from the mean?
If so, what is the difference between the choices
"No Outlier" and "Exclude 2 std dev"?
Please see mock up workbook v10.3 attached in the Forum Thread
286966filt.twbx 1.2 MB
Hi Swaroop, Thank you for sending the mockup workbook as a reference. My goal is to showcase data with 3 options for the users by using a parameter- " Select an Outlier". No Outliers as first option ( or default option) is showing ALL data- the data with no outliers.
2-std deviation data - Is the 2nd option where I would like to only show data that is within the 2-std dev ( which is 2 std dev away from the mean). and the 3rd option is to show for users who select " Outliers ONLY"- showing the data that are the outliers.
Since I am computing outlier on patient's length of stay (LOS), the data is right skewed. I wish I could attach by workbook, so you could assist more. I am new in tableau and am struggling with calculated field for the parameter selection.
I will review what you have sent so I can replicate for my workbook. Thanks