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Using an Aggregate as an argument
FLOAT( MIN( [BT_Ceiling] ) )
instead of the Dimension itself
would help to get a Table Calc
to work on a view.
I'm not sure about the expected result, though.
Thanks for the help! It validated the function, but it did not plot a smooth line - it's the exact same jagged one.
Any more suggestions?
In the document you've been referred to
there is a notion of using a 'range-aware' Pill --
such as a Date/Datetime type or a Bin one --
to generate the additional 'densified' Marks on a view,
for which the interpolated values could be plotted.
I've been using a Tableau-generated Bin (Discrete aka Blue) Pill.
The flag Show Missing Values set for this (range-aware) Pill
is triggered the data padding (creating more Marks) on a view.
Please find the attached.
T12_Data_v10.5_YF.twbx 3.0 MB