Continuous Story Analysis


Where is the Continuous Story Analysis Useful?

  • Product Reporting - better understand how product data is trending over time
  • Forecasting - uncover streaks or trends in KPIs to better predict the future
  • Performance Reporting - read if your sales are deviating from the average
  • Change Reporting - quickly call out peaks and troughs of your data

Example of Continuous Story: 

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Continuous Story Requirements

Narratives for Tableau has support for the following scenarios of continuous analysis:

  • Single dimension with between one and 10 measures
  • Two dimensions and one measure

The below is an example of a single dimension-single measure line chart. In this case, sales by month:

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The below is an example of a single-dimension and multiple-measure line chart. Here we have sales and several other metrics by month.

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The below is an example of a line chart with two dimensions and one measure. In this case we are looking at sales by month broken down by region.

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To learn more about each insight in detail, watch our Continuous Story Type video. 

If you'd like to see all available narrative types, download our Tableau Workbook With All Story Types.


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