Filters are a useful way of helping users focus on particular aspects of the data that they are most interested in. This helps them to investigate and compare data and perhaps look for outliers and exceptions in the data.
Filtering data is an essential part of a dashboard. Users like to interact with data in order to understand it better, and it is natural to filter data so that users can pinpoint the data that particularly interests them.
Tableau allows users to filter measures, calculations, and dimensions, which is extremely useful in a dashboard. For example, take the case where you need to see the sales figures that are less than the given amount over a period of time.
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