Tableau - columns as values

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How to create a bar graph if different column need to be shown as values in a bar graph?

I want to show the aggregation of various columns in bar chart like below where the columns are separate columns and not the values.

Productivity, utility and Game are separate columns 

Jun 17, 2019 in Tableau by Sindhu
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Hi Sindhu,

You can do in 2 ways - (I have taken sample data to show both the ways)

1. Create a pivot of all 3 columns and then use the pivot field names as the column to show 3 bars within 1 column.

2. You can Place measure names in column shelf and Measure values in row shelf. Now filter the required measures and click ok.

answered Jun 18, 2019 by manoj

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