# Tag: Tableau FAQs

## How to calculate age in Tableau workbook?

To calculate age in Tableau, you need to use the date functions. So, for example, to solve this problem, we can use the DATEADD and DATEDIFF functions. The first function is used to add a certain number of days, months, etc., to the current date. The second function calculates the interval between two dates. This […]

• Tableau FAQs
• December 13, 2018

## How do I create a division calculation via calculated fields in Tableau?

Tableau division calculation How do I create a Tableau division calculation via calculated fields? In order to perform division of two fields in a table, you need to create a Calculating Column where you can use the following expression: [SalesYTD]/[SalesQuota] In Datameer Spotlight, you can access data for your Tableau dashboards that you never could before, including Facebook Ads, Workday, Twitter Ads, Hubspot, Shopify, Dynamics, SAP […]

• Tableau FAQs
• December 13, 2018

## How do I show the percentage and count on the stacked bar chart in Tableau without using a dual-axis?

First, you need to add all the required measures to the graph. I used Sales by Territory. Then you need to select the metric that you added and select additional calculations as shown in the image: Then add the same measure again, and then you get the following result: In Datameer Spotlight, you can access data […]

• Tableau FAQs
• December 13, 2018

## How to create the cumulative view bar chart in Tableau?

To calculate the cumulative total, you do not need to write measures or Calculating Columns; for this, Tableau has quick measures. Add a measure to the graph. Then right-click on the measure as shown in the image. Select Running Total in Quick Measures That is how to create the cumulative view bar chart in Tableau […]

• Tableau FAQs
• December 13, 2018

## How do I calculate ratios using the data in two columns to create a ratio in Tableau?

This is a fairly simple function to perform in Tableau, and to implement it, you need to use the following expression: SUM([SalesQuota])/SUM([SalesYTD]) SUM([SalesQuota]) – here, you summarize the value of field A SUM([SalesYTD]) – then you divide the sum of values from field A by the sum of values from field B In Datameer Spotlight, you can […]

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• December 13, 2018

## How to Track Churn rate over time in a Tableau dashboard?

How do I create a trend line in Tableau to show the churn rate over the last 6 months that updates dynamically? To calculate the churn line for the last 6 months, you can follow these steps: 1. First, we need to calculate sales for the last 6 months; for this, we need to use […]

• Tableau FAQs
• December 13, 2018

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