 I love Quadrants Plots as a quick way to segmenting your data, so please enjoy this Tableau Quick Tip (QT) which you can do in 5 mins or less.

## Data

Let us start by loading the following data in Tableau Desktop / Public.

Note: If you have Tableau Desktop, you can use the Orders Data Source.

## Calculated Fields

Create the following Calculated Fields:

TC_Percentage of Max Quantity

``SUM([Quantity])/WINDOW_MAX(SUM([Quantity]))``

TC_Percentage of Max Sales

``SUM([Sales])/WINDOW_MAX(SUM([Sales]))``

Color

``````IF [TC_Percentage of Max Sales] <0.5 AND [TC_Percentage of Max Quantity] < 0.5 THEN
"Low Sales / Low Quantity"
ELSEIF [TC_Percentage of Max Sales] >= 0.5 AND [TC_Percentage of Max Quantity] < 0.5 THEN
"High Sales / Low Quantity"
ELSEIF [TC_Percentage of Max Sales] >= 0.5 AND [TC_Percentage of Max Quantity] >= 0.5 THEN
"High Sales / High Quantity"
ELSE
"Low Sales / High Quantity"
END``````

and that is it, let us now build our worksheet.

## Worksheet

We will now create our worksheet:

• Change the Mark Type to Circle.
• Drag Customer Name onto the Detail Mark.
• Drag TC_Percentage of Max Sales onto Columns.
• Right-click on this object, go to Compute Using and select Customer Name.
• Drag TC_Percentage of Max Quantity onto Rows.
• Right-click on this object, go to Compute Using and select Customer Name.
• Drag Color onto the Color Mark.
• Right-click on this object, go to Compute Using and select Customer Name.

If all goes well you should now see the following:

Now we will adjust the cosmetics:

• Add a Trend Line to the X-Axis, create a parameter and set the value to 0.5.
• Add a Trend Line to the Y-Axis.
• Hide the Major Tick Marks.
• Hide the Grid Lines.
• Hide the Zero Lines.