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Top 10 Tableau Table Calculations

Top 10 Tableau Table Calculations | Interesting Stuff | Scoop.it
This page shows 10 powerful examples of Tableau's Table Calculations. Most require writing a simple formula of some kind. Each example contains a live example and instructions in a tabbed view. You can download any workbook for a deeper look.
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Why a custom report shows more Unique Visitors than Visits - Analytics Help

Why a custom report shows more Unique Visitors than Visits - Analytics Help | Interesting Stuff | Scoop.it
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If you use either a page level dimension (like Page or Page Title) or the Hour dimension in a custom report, you might see the count of Unique Vi
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High Mowing Organic Seeds - 100% Organic, Non-GMO Seeds

High Mowing Organic Seeds - 100% Organic, Non-GMO Seeds | Interesting Stuff | Scoop.it
Independently owned, High Mowing Organic Seeds specializes exclusively in organic seeds. Over 650 varieties of certified organic, Non-GMO vegetable, herb and flowers seeds for commercial and home gardeners.
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Choosing the best trendline for your data - Support - Office.com

When you want to add a trendline to a chart in Microsoft Graph, you can choose any of the six different trend/regression types. The type of data you have determines the type of
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How Can the Number of Unique Visitors Be Greater Than the Number of Visits in Google Analytics?

How Can the Number of Unique Visitors Be Greater Than the Number of Visits in Google Analytics? | Interesting Stuff | Scoop.it
The question seems paradoxical. I mean, the tail doesn't wag the dog. And a visit can't generate multiple visitors, right? And yet, if you compare visits and unique visitors to a given page or set ...
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Wag the dog

Wag the dog | Interesting Stuff | Scoop.it

A left-wagging tail, they found, induced a higher maximum heart rate (in other words, an anxiety response) than a right-wagging tail, and this maximum heart rate lasted longer. A right-wagging tail, indeed, produced the same results as one that was stationary.

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