You create a visualization by first adding a measure to rows. Next, you add a dimension wilh 11 members to columns.
Assuming that all the dimensions have a non-zero value, how many marks are in the view before and after the dimension is added?
In Tableau, when you initially add a measure to the rows shelf, you create one mark in the view that represents the aggregate value of that measure. When you then add a dimension with 11 members to the columns shelf, the view is subdivided into 11 separate marks, each representing the measure for one of the dimension members. This results in a total of 11 marks in the view after the dimension is added, one for each member of the dimension.
Which of the following is a discrete date part?
February is a discrete date part, because it is a specific value that can be used to group or filter data by month. 07Mar2017, 20Sep2016:9:8:8:6546, and 01/23/2021 are continuous date values, because they represent points along a continuous timeline that can be used for analysis.
What are three geographic roles that you can assign to a field? Choose three.
Which statement accurately describes a join?
According to the [Tableau Desktop Specialist Exam Guide], a join is a way to combine table columns in relational databases by using shared values. A join can be inner, left, right, or full, depending on how the matching rows are included or excluded.
When viewing quick table calculations, such as Percent Difference From, that use a value in the previous column, what will be the first data value in the visualization?