How to Show Current and Prior Period Dates on the Same Axis in Tableau By Ryan Sleeper

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Dates can be tricky to work with in Tableau.It’s no wonder there are six different chapters in Practical Tableau explaining different approaches to get the most out of this special data type. One of my favorite techniques that doesn’t happen ‘out-of-the-box’ for us in Tableau is to compare the performance of a selected date range to the performance of the date range immediately preceding it. For example, if I choose this week as the current date range, I want to see this week’s data in addition to last week’s data so I can do an easy period-over-period analysis

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