OK, so you have Tableau licenses for your Creators, Explorers and your viewers.
You love having no limitations on the server capacity to serve your analytically minded users.
However, you are not able to easily charge back each BU. Having site level quotas you help you manage that. For now (as recent as 2019.1), Tableau doesn’t support Site level quotas.
Here is a working solution that you can use to administer the site user counts and quotas for now
Continue reading “Tableau – Site Level License Quotas”
- Do you have a problem with your tableau dashboards loading slowly?
- But, not sure where you start?
- What are the things I should try to optimize first?
Continue reading “Best Practices for Tableau Dashboard Performance”
Enjoy a Tableau visual showing results of all US elections till 2012
It’s that time of the year and for me, its time to do playoff data analysis again
I have been doing this analysis to see if a simpler version of my metric called “Scoring Impact” works the same as the PER developed by NBA.
From the looks of it, my model is way easier to explain and actually shows a co-relation to the PER. Enjoy the analysis here and let’s go…. Bucks?
So, you might have heard that we launched multiple table extract functionality in 2018.3
I wanted to share my experiences with the beta build so far. Who knows the actual build might make this experience even better 🙂
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I recently got introduced to this wonderful capability within g-suite of products that allows me to create a website for free within minutes.
I put together a simple website to have my customers re-live the excitement of TC18
click on the image to check it out
Ok, you had a great time at TC18 and you just can’t stop raving about it with your co-workers, your co-workers want to learn too. But, they want to customize their experience and only watch relevant videos
Now, thanks to TC18 Custom Playlist creator, you can do that
filter the list to sessions you want to watch and you get a custom playlist
Last year, I posted an Infographic made in Tableau that showed how the players did in the regular season of NBA.
Some of the metrics in that post used my own way to calculating what an NBA MVP should be. And Russell Westbrook, stood out on the top right.
This year, some folks asked me how my infographic would look like with 2017-18 regular season. So, here you go