1 Reply Latest reply on Dec 28, 2018 8:12 AM by patrick.byrne.0

    RAG status tracking and comparison

    Liz Gent

      Hi, I have a number of projects mapped in my worksheet in a RAG status i.e. red, amber, green this is displayed numerically in the data source as 1, 2, 3.   I want to be able to show the RAG status of each project in colour terms - so assigning a colour to each number and each project.  But I also want to compare each month's RAG status to the previous months so I can see movement in status.  can anyone help me on how to do this as im new to Tableau and teaching myself. I would ideally like this as two graphics to go onto the one dashboard.

      Many thanks.  Liz

        • 1. Re: RAG status tracking and comparison
          patrick.byrne.0

          Hello Liz!

           

          First off, welcome to the wonderful world of Tableau! There are plenty of amazing resources out there for learning Tableau. I would definitely not be afraid to check out any and all things available!

           

          Tableau has some great options in the Learning section of Tableau.com : Learning | Tableau Software

           

          There is also the phenomenal Think Data Thursday program hosted by Patrick Van Der Hyde and myself on Thursdays throughout the year. Stay up to date on #TDTs by following the Community space.

           

          + Think Data Thursday

           

          Also check out all the amazing past Think Data Thursday in our playlist found here: Think Data Thursday & Talk Data - YouTube

           

          I would also check out the Tableau Community Forums workbook library and wiki: Workbook & Calculation Library & TabWiki .

           

          There are some groups on Twitter that also do a great job of expanding knowledge with weekly challenges. Check out the hashtags #MakeOverMonday and #WorkoutWednesday.

           

          For this particular question and for future posts, I would suggest attaching a packaged workbook, this allows the Community to get a clear understanding of what is being encountered. This can lead to quicker assistance on the issue as well.

           

          Packaged workbooks: when, why, how

           

          Hope this helps!

           

          Cheers,

          Byrne, Patrick

          Community Manager

          Tableau Software