Open source softwares - Tableau

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A custom information view is utilized to expand the ordinary information sees for certain extra elements with the goal that the view can give various kinds of diagrams for similar basic information. For instance, you can bore down an aspect field which is important for a pre-characterized order with the goal that extra upsides of the actions are gotten at an alternate granularity. Following are a portion of the habitually utilized and significant custom information sees Tableau offers.

Drill Down View

For aspect fields which are essential for a progressive system, you normally need to know the consequence of investigation for the following or past degree of collection. For instance, when you know the outcome for a quarter, you get intrigued to know the outcomes for every month in that quarter, and you might try and need the outcome for every week. This is an instance of boring down the current aspects to get a better degree of granularity.
To penetrate down and drill up for individual aspect individuals in an order, right-click a table header and select Drill Down from the setting menu. Consider a bar diagram made with the aspect classification in the sections rack and the action Sales in the Rows rack. Right-click on the bar addressing Furniture and select Drill Down.

The result of the drill down action is shown in the following screenshot.

Swapping Dimensions

You can make another view from a current view by trading the place of the aspects. This doesn't change the upsides of the actions, however it changes the place of the actions. Consider a view for investigating the Profit for every year for each fragment and classification of items. You can tap on the upward line toward the finish of class section and drag it to the fragment segment. This activity is displayed in the accompanying screen capture.

The result of the swapping of the two dimensions is shown in the following screenshot. As you can see, only the position of the values of the measure Profit changes for each category and segment, and not its value.