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### Do you feel that you are Tableau Expert? Then try this challenge 2

Here I am coming with real time challenge. Those who are interested can try this and test your knowledge.

Output look likes below:

Here you are seeing stacked bar chart with 3 different colors.

See below image how to calculate each color value:

See Output for different filter selections:

### Do you feel that you are Tableau Expert? Then try this challenge 1

Here I am coming with real time challenge. Those who are interested can try this and test your knowledge.
Sample Data looks like below:

In above sample data we have Items, Sub Items, Hour and Sales Count.
We have 7 Items (Item 1, Item 2, Item 3, Item 4, Item 5, Item 6 and Item 7), 4 Sub Items for each Item and we have Sales count by Hours, means how many items sold in that hour. For example 0 hour means how many Items/Sub Items sold between 12 Am to 1 Am.

Using this data we have to build 3 reports:

Report 1:

This is simple one. Look like below.

Report 2:

This is intermediate level.  You need to do Bin Analysis.

Bins are like : 0 – 20, 20 – 40, 40 – 60, 60 – 80, 80 – 100, 100 – 150, 150 – 200 and 200 – 500

In above image for 0 hours, 0 – 20 bin size is 6. How we got 6? Look at below image

Report 3:

This is Very Complex level.

Above report we are calculating Higher Frequency of the Hour and Max Sale Count (Hourly)

Max Sale Count (Hourly): Second Row in above Report
This is simple we are just calculating Max value of Sale Count for each hour.

For example let’s see first report image. We have sale count for 0 to 23 hours by Item and Sub Item.

In that we need to calculate Max value for each Hour Column.

So we will get values 123, 133, 176 ……70 with respect to 0, 1, 2, 3 ……23 hours.

Still if you have confusion at below image:

Higher Frequency of the Hour: First Row in Report 3

This is very complex to calculate. This needs expert level knowledge.

To know how to calculate please look at below image:

Final output of 3rd report should look like this: