Tableau: Clustering based on value-range for map coloring

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Is there a possibility to cluster coloring for certain statistical ranges?

This is what I have been able to achieve so far.

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John Smith

Posted 2019-12-31T09:17:39.660

Reputation: 71

Answers

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You can, as an example, create a binned field for the measure. The value range can be specified in the tooltip. I used a single color based continuous palette since (population) total is a continuous field.

[Edited] Based on your comment, I tested with a fixed dimension based binned field for the continuous measure. At least in my example file, the values make more sense now with the new binned field. I see China at 16M population, India at 14M and so on.

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If this solution is relevant to your use case, you will need to be careful with dimensions included/excluded in the fixed calculation.

Adewan09

Posted 2019-12-31T09:17:39.660

Reputation: 86

That's what I had initially. The thing is, I am ZN(SUM(..)), so NULLs are replaced with 0. Maybe N/A shall be used for those countries. Anyway. I want to cluster the colors based on SUM ranges. If that is possible. Thanks for you response. – John Smith – 2019-12-31T16:19:01.853

@Andewan09, can I send you my twbx och excel files? – John Smith – 2020-01-01T08:35:56.433

Adewan09, we have different statistical data, I am not able to produce what you produced. However, if possible, I can send all of my files over to you and let you tweak with them and send them back to me. Thanks a lot. – John Smith – 2020-01-01T11:12:49.777

1@JohnSmith, sure send your files over – Adewan09 – 2020-01-01T14:13:45.227

Adewan09, where can I send the files? – John Smith – 2020-01-01T14:55:52.527

so.john.smith.94@gmail.com – John Smith – 2020-01-01T15:05:59.323