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At this time of the year, many of the conversations with my colleagues and friends revolves around change; changes to your accounts, change to your management, change to your role, there is no dearth of change at this time of the year
Which brings me to how I think we should process the amount of change.
If you got kids (own or in family), remind yourself of the amount of change they go through every single year; New classroom, new teachers, new subjects, new schedule, and sometimes even a new home
They start almost every single year with a blank slate, carrying their learning from previous year and ready for more. And, they deal with it with resilience and vigor. And they trust the process, that they will come out of it wiser and better
Ok, you had a great time at TC19 and you just can’t stop raving about it with your co-workers and they watch to watch some of that goodness. Looks like, you also missed some sessions because there was too much goodness happening at the same time.
Back home, ready to watch, but not sure where to start?
- 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?
If you are trying to find what zipcodes are the ones with highest volume of sales, would the following image provide you the info
OR, would this one?
Both options show the same amount of marks, which is about 40K data points
It turns out that creating polygons to draw the zipcode boundaries is a bit more intensive than creating circles