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Creating Data Stories with Tableau Public by Matt Floyd, Ashley Ohmann

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Summary

In this chapter, you learned how to use Quick Filters and Dashboard Actions not only to provide greater interactivity for users, but also to provide an efficient user experience. You also learned how to create parameters to filter single and multiple data sources, as well as to govern the visualizations that appear on a dashboard. You studied the implications in dashboard performance when using different methods of filtering, all of which will give your dashboard users a greater control over the data points that they choose to explore. It will also create a more personal, relevant, and compelling data story.

In the next chapter, we will discuss publishing your work, which is the last step to creating and distributing your work in Tableau ...

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