Highlight data with an filter/parameter

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How to highlight only those data points through selected parameter/filter?
Apr 1 in Tableau by Anitha
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Hi,

Follow below steps:

1. When you add a filter or parameter, form groups that satisfy and that do not satisfy the field.

2. Add highlighter for that field created with groups.

3. Show only the group that satisfy the parameter/filter.

Hope this helps you.
answered Apr 1 by CHERUKURI
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