Creating a QoQ Sales Analysis Dashboard in Tableau

What if you own a business/are working for someone and there is a need to quickly analyze sales and profit trends over the years by regions, segments, products, etc? How do you find out if current quarter sales/profits are getting better/worse compared to historical performance? What do you do to isolate and identify under-performing/unprofitable products?

These are just a few crucial questions business owners and managers alike want answered on a daily basis. While there are many available tools in the market that can perform such analyses, Tableau stands out when it comes to answering such questions at the speed of thought.

“Rubbish! Go tell it to the marines!” Some of you might want to yell at me.

Well, I am not here to argue or tell tall tales but show you how you can create a dynamic dashboard in Tableau to answer such questions in the blink of an eye. Yes, it takes a while to build the dashboard from scratch but once it is done and automated, it is just a matter of refreshing/updating the input data to reflect the latest results.

Data is beautiful.

Here is the link to the tutorial:

The input file used in the tutorial can be found in the video description.

Good luck and Best Regards,

Jaiwa Wunpawng

Data Visualization with Tableau Public

In this digital age, companies big and small and various other organizations have been accumulating gargantuan amounts of data. Data is also believed to be worth more than oil, which translates to boundless business opportunities and a vast array of job openings for those who are in the business of data. Knowing how to analyze and make sense of this giant stack of data to draw meaningful insights has never been more crucial for business/career success.

Data visualization, a major component of business intelligence, is one of the data analytics fields one can pursue. In below tutorial using Tableau Public software, I will walk you through the basic steps to create a sales interactive dashboard. The input Excel file can also be downloaded using the link provided in video description.

Here are the screenshots of some of the charts created in the tutorial:


Link to the Youtube tutorial:


Good luck and Best Regards,

Jaiwa Wunpawng