Remember doughnut charts? Yes, next to neatly visualizing shares of totals, they can also make decent progress trackers! You'll need to create a couple of additional calculations to help you create a progress doughnut chart, however: A parameter where you can dynamically input your Sales Target 2. Sales Remaining = Sales Target - Sales 3. … Continue reading Tracking progress against goals
What is a Pareto chart, though? A Pareto chart is simply an illustration of the well-known Pareto principle, stating that roughly 80% of the effects are driven by 20% of the causes. Applied to business, this often translates in companies achieving 80% of their revenue with 20% of their customers. Economics is not much different. … Continue reading How do I build a Pareto chart in Tableau?
Searching for another way to visualize sales and discount in the same graph? You find the lollipop chart insufficiently informative? Then you might consider the butterfly chart So, what does a brief inspection of these charts tell us? • Hefty discounts do little to boost sales in the Netherlands • Despite being in the top … Continue reading Let’s visualize those sales and profits in a butterfly chart!