Pivot tables are one of the most notable features of Microsoft Excel. And it’s easy to see why once you are familiar with the feature. To a beginner, they may seem a bit mysterious or intimidating. But once you learn a few basics to get started, you will be well on your way to visualizing your data in new and useful ways.
Hello friends today we’ll be learning how to create regional UK map. UK is having more than 2500 post codes but having around 10 regions. Getting an insights is very difficult as you can see in the final image(in the end of the tutorial). Read more
I was following #MakeoverMonday by Tableau since long time but didn’t submit any viz. This is my first viz though it is late but the time I spent was totally worth it.
The INSERT statement in SQL allows you to add data to a table. Let’s take a look at it and see some examples in this article.
Hello friends! recently I was working on some Tableau dashboards and found a very good usecase of donut charts which can be used multiple ways. Easy to use and visualize. Today we’ll be learning how to create category wise donut chart. I’ve used superstore data for the tutorial.
Hello friends! Today we’ll be looking at quick Tableau tip to show multiple measure values in chart in easy 3 steps.
Hello Friends! recently I was doing some research and got to know about an interesting law called Zipf’s law. You can read about it on wikipedia and how it is applicable almost everywhere.
Hello friends! Recently I came across the periodic table of data science compiled by Data Camp which sums up everything about the data science for current scenario.