4 Replies Latest reply on Feb 7, 2019 7:18 PM by fikri.shihab

    How to calculate mode


      Hi tableau experts, I ma trying calculate mode for each of region from my data sets and read the example from this link https://community.tableau.com/external-link.jspa?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.tableausoftware.com%2Fvideos%2Fmeans-modes-percentiles-outliers but still unable to figure out how to do that with my data set. My data set has filed called region, location, value.  each location has hundreds or thousands of values and I have  made frequency distribution for selected locations using number of records and created bins for this location in order to see where the most frequent bin (range of values) occur in the chart. What I'd like to do is simply to create a table that contains a list of locations and each of location just show the mode value for each location. Note the the mode in this case is the highest occurrence of  bin for each location. The out is a simple table with 3 columns (Region, location, mode) and several rows.  Please suggest how this can be done?



      The attached is a sample file with simply random numbers.


      Message was edited by: Fikri Shihab