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Q22 says select 2 answers but only 1 correct answer provided.
Q33 correct answer: NA?
Hi Joe – thank you for pointing out these mistakes. Q22 has only one right answer and has been updated to refect this. I also corrected Q33.
This is great. Thank you so much! I have a pretty rudimentary understanding of Tableau and this really helped me improve.
I noticed that for question #12, when I do months on discrete, it only gives me the date part of month and you have that down as the correct answer. Shouldn’t the correct answer be continuous, as the axis is showing DATE VALUES with Month and the year. Can you tell me as to how it is still discrete? Thank you!
The date field used is discrete in the visual for question 12. The way to achieve this view is to select the continuous Month(Date) (the one with May 2015 example) and switch it from Continuous to Discrete.
Hope this helps,
Now I see! Also, is another indication that when it is switched to discrete, there is no Axis title, there is a header?
Hi, for shouldn’t the answer be Continuous date, QUARTER(DATE), so it will reduce crowd of labels in axis how can it reduce if it is Continuous date, Month(DATE)
for question 18, can you please explain “Click a header and drag it to the new location” answer
For q18 – from a visual you have in your worksheet, click one of the headers, and while still holding the click, drag it to the left or right/ up or down (depending on the type of visual you have), as you wish to be ordered. This is an example of manual sorting you can do.
For the first sentence – I believe you are referring to question 40? Is that correct?
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