At Tableau, our goal is to make data analysis a delightful experience.People tell us that when they are deeply engaged in Tableau they stop thinking about the mechanics of using the product and just have fun asking questions of their data.One common cause of this is the need to work with data that has been aggregated to different levels of detail.These questions are often simple to ask, but hard to answer.This new syntax both simplifies and extends Tableau’s calculation language by making it possible to address level of detail questions directly.In this whitepaper, you’ll gain insights into how LOD Expressions work, along with a more in-depth look at the different types of LOD Expressions and their respective use cases.Articles should rarely, if ever, consist solely of such paragraphs.Some paragraphs are really tables or lists in disguise.
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