How to “Split-up” a long Bar Chart By Rody Zakovich

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Every so often, an Analyst might run across a situation where they need to compare values among a very long list of categories. This is simple enough to
accomplish in Tableau, but there is generally a pitfall….you might have to scroll….So what do you do from here? One option might be to limit the number of categories, say to a Top 10, or Top 25. But what if you don’t want to do that, what if you want to show every category in a manner that still allows for comparison in a single view? What do you do? Well, you split up the categories into smaller sub-sets.

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