[HIM 6628] Health Data Visualization Tableau Individual Assignment 2022


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[HIM 6628] Health Data Visualization
Tableau Individual Assignment 5
Part I. Basic Dashboard Action (Using Global Superstore Sample data)
Link each visualization in a dashboard with dynamic title and filter
1. Dynamic Title: you can change your title name of the visualization based on
parameters. Let’s create a single visualization for multiple measures and apply
dynamic title feature in the visualization
This can be easily done by using parameter. First, you create a parameter by
clicking downward arrow under dimension pane. You will see “Create Parameter”
panel popped up.
In properties section, you change data type to string and click allowable values to

Then insert Discount, Profit, Quantity, and Sales in to the List of values. Remember,
strings are case-sensitive in Tableau. You will see parameter at the end of your data
Drag region into Columns shelf and drag this new calculated field to the Rows
shelf. Go to parameter under Data Pane, right click and show parameter control.
You will see parameter control panel on upper right corner. Then double click the
title section then you will see the interface below. Click Insert and you will find your
parameter name in the list. Double click it (You will see the change in the title).

Screen capture your visualizations with parameter and dynamic title. Insert your
results here.
Your answer:

2. Dynamic filter
You can use a filter action to make one of the views in your dashboard as the master
view. We first create two visualizations – filled map with country (dimension) and
shipping cost (measure) and a bar chart with segment (dimension) and shipping cost
(measure). Then create a new dashboard with two visualizations.
Then go legend header in the map – click downward arrow – select “use as a filter.”

On your dashboard, select one country, screen capture and insert your results here.
Your answer:
3. Dashboard actions
Dashboard action is activated by hovering, clicking and displayed in tooltips
3.1. URL action is to link your visualization to the related URL address. Let’s say,
we want to link to a website providing worldwide country information to a map here.
On your dashboard, go to Dashboard menu -> Action.

All you need to do is to select source sheet, paste your URL address and click test
link first. Next step is to decide whether you make the URL pop up when you hover
over the map (Hover), when you click certain area (Select) or when you make it
displayed in the tooltips (Menu).
Insert the above URL and click Test Link to check the website is up and running.
Click one country showing hyperlink in the tooltip. Insert your screen capture here.
Your answer:

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