How to Use the Intersects() Calculation in Tableau

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The Intersects() calculation in Tableau is an incredibly powerful tool for analysing data. With it, you can quickly and easily evaluate what is near a specific point of interest (POI) at any given time. This makes it ideal for use in geospatial analysis, as it allows you to identify the areas of overlap between two or more spatial objects. Whether you’re mapping rivers and roads or looking for trends in your data, the Intersects() calculation can help you get the job done faster and more accurately.

Be sure to check out this post by Jim Walseth and Ross Paulson on Tableau’s blog. It provides a detailed overview of how to use this powerful tool, as well as some helpful tips and tricks that will make your data analysis easier and more efficient. So don’t wait – start exploring the power of Intersects() today!

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