Wow, it's been more than a month since I last published something. So it is more than time to get going again. This time, we will do two things: first, revisit workout-wednesday challenge 2022 - Week 15, rebuild it and discuss the challenges related to the order of operations. Then, in Part 2 of this … Continue reading A bit about the order of operations – Part 1
Assume you are creating a chart with some bars on it showing absolute sales and the corresponding percentage of the overall value. So, in sample-superstore terms you have four bars, one for each region. When you hover, you want to show the segments that make up that bar. Like this: As can be seen, the … Continue reading Maintaining relative values in a tooltip
In today's question from the forums the user asks (I want to) select any point on a graph in dashboard [..] and can sheet 11 [then] show all data from the manufacturers that make up that point? The graph on the dashboard was a profitability line chart by months with Category and Sub-Categories on rows. … Continue reading Show ALL Details for underlying data points (that are not even in the view yet)
In today's question we will be answering how we can keep the returned results limited to a defined/definable number of rows. That means for example if we say we want only 200 rows to be returned but we have four different segments then each segment should only hold 50 results. If we increase to 300 … Continue reading Keeping a constant number of returned rows
One thing that you may have stumbled upon is when you are trying to swap a sheet that is text only. In this case, the text only sheet will not entirely collapse. Let's quickly dive into how to solve that.
A while ago a user wanted to be able to show in a tooltip the deviations of the running sums of his actuals vs the running sums of several different budgets, depending on which budget the user would hover over