You can analyze data on Tableau using a feature called Pages Shelf. It helps you analyze data based on the individual values contained within a field.

For example by adding a date field you can show how your visualization changes over time.

In Tableau, a page is a discrete visualization that appears on its own in a dashboard or report. Pages are used to present a single chart or visualization, and allow the viewer to interact with the data in different ways.

For example, you might create a page to display a bar chart that shows sales data by product category. The viewer could then use the page to filter or drill down into the data, or to see the data in different ways by changing the chart type or axis settings.

You can create multiple pages in a dashboard or report, and use them to present different aspects of your data or to support different types of analysis. For example, you might create one page to show a summary of your data, and another page to show a detailed breakdown.

Here is an example of how you might use pages in Tableau:

Suppose you have a dashboard that tracks the performance of a retail business. You might create separate pages for each of the following views:

  • A bar chart showing sales by product category
  • A line chart showing sales over time
  • A map showing the location of stores
  • A scatter plot showing customer demographics

Each of these pages would present a different visualization of the data, and the viewer could use them to explore the data and answer different questions. For example, they could use the bar