When your data does not contain the exact fields you want, you can set up calculated fields in Plutora Analytics.
- Each workbook will have a URL that can be copied, shared, and bookmarked.
- Logged-in users of Plutora will be able to click and open links to workbooks.
- Users who are not logged into Plutora will be prompted to log in.
- Filter booking conflicts by type, Environment, Environment Group, Organization Name, and more.
- View a bar showing the number of booking conflicts of each type.
- View booking conflicts as bars in a timeline and as a grid of data.
- Click booking conflicts to open them in Plutora so they can be resolved.
What are Calculated Fields?
Calculated fields are fields created from calculations from other fields. For example, you might have fields for Changes but no field containing the number of Changes. Creating a calculated field with the formula COUNTD ([Change Name]) will help you to graph and track the number of Changes.
Add a Calculated Field
To create a workbook with a calculated field:
- Go to:
- Click Top-level Projects.
- Select All Data Sources.
- Browse for the Entity, for example, Releases.
- Click the three dots beside the Entity.
- Select New Workbook.
- Click to select Create Calculate field from the Dimensions menu or Analysis > Create Calculated Field.
- Type a title for the calculated field.
- Click inside the formula field.
- Type the formula:
- Learn about creating formulas from Functions in Tableau and Formatting Calculations in Tableau.
- While the message on the bottom left corner says, “The calculation contains errors” you can click on the message and see a suggestion for fixing the formula.
- The formula is correct when the message on the bottom left corner says: “The calculation is valid”.
- Click Okay: