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Drawing a Drop Off Sankey Chart in Tableau

Tableau Magic has experienced a fantastic launch and I am extremely grateful for your support. One of the ways I have been monitoring the growth of Tableau Magic is...

Drawing Arc Maps in Tableau

I have not done enough work on Maps, but fear not, I plan to do a lot more in 2019. This tutorial will focus on drawing Arc Maps in...

Drawing Orbit Charts in Tableau

Since releasing our popular Satellite Chart Tutorial, see Drawing Satellite Charts and Variations in Tableau, I have received numerous request for help in creating a layered version of this...

Tableau QT: Dual Line Charts

This is a Quick Tip on how to build a Dual Line Chart in Tableau, so less reading and more jumping in. We are going to spend 5 minutes...

Drawing Square Radial Bar Charts in Tableau

One of the most read tutorials on Tableau Magic is my Radial Bar Chart Tutorial. As more Tableau enthusiast check out our website, we are getting more requests for...

Tableau Interview Questions Quiz / 1

Our Tableau quizzes have been designed to help you test your learning as well as to be fun. Each question will also come with an answer and hopefully show...

Drawing Radar Charts in Tableau

In this tutorial, we are going to have some fun and draw two overlapping Radar Charts, use transparency, and show dynamic labels. The main thing here is to have...

Tableau QT: Curved Lines

This is a Quick Tip on how to build a Curved Line Chart in Tableau based on the Sigmoid Function, so less reading and more jumping in. We are...

TAB106 / Calculated Fields

Calculated Fields are additional fields that are a combination of formulas and existing fields in your data source. When you create a calculated field, you are essentially creating a new...

Petal Charts in Tableau

I struggled to find the appropriate name for this chart type and it bugged me quite a bit. On one hand, should this be called a petal chart or...