10 Replies Latest reply on Jan 31, 2019 4:48 PM by Hari Ankem

    Node-edge network visualization with cartesian coordinates

    Jordi Manuello

      Hi everybody!


      I'm a newbie of Tableau, so sorry if the question sounds really silly.


      I'm trying to visualize some nodes linked by edges, which should be something similar to a spider-map.

      The point is that my nodes have cartesian coordinates (they actualy are talairach coordinates through the human brain, but can be seen as standard x,y,z). All the tutorials I found for this kind of visualization are based on longitude/latitude measures. Is there a way to do the same but working on my original cartesian coordinates? Or is there a proper way to convert cartesian in to long/lat? A minor point is that when I use long/lat I automatically visualize the map, that I don't need, can this be avoided?


      Thanx for your precious help!