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Using Joins In Tableau

Using Joins In Tableau

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In the lecture titled “using joins in tableau” the data files that are loaded appear to automatically be connected. When i load the data files, they do not connect. Any idea on how to connect them as shown in the lecture?

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365 Team
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Hi,Thanks for your question.
What do you mean by ‘they do not connect’, please?
Could you provide a screenshot?
Thanks!
Best,
Ned

Hi I am having the same issue. Meaning that when you connect to the Reviews and Sales workbooks (downloaded from the lecture), they do not automatically create a join the way it happens in the lecture. How do we join these data sources? thank you, Lucy

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365 Team
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Hi Lucy, 
Good to hear from you.
Is your primary data source the same one as in the lesson, please?
By the way, we’ve started re-doing the entire course on Tableau and will correct such discrepancies. That’s one. And the other thing I wanted to share is that we will post The Complete Data Visualization Course in a week and it will contain a lot of content on Tableau.
Best,
Ned

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Figured this out: To create a join you have to grab the SHEET that you want, which is located right beneath the data source. Grabbing the data source doesn’t do anything, but if you grab the sheet and drag it over to the open area it will create the join that we need. Hope this helps.

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