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Pat Strickler
Analyst by trade; interested in all things data, visualization, and story-telling
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Pat Strickler Jun 14
My bad - I got to it from Combo chart. Also, my release version:
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Pat Strickler Jun 14
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Pat Strickler Jun 14
This is a pretty big one. Stacked Bar option for Time Series.
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Pat Strickler Jun 14
Replying to @Helpfullee
Hey Lee - not sure if this is new to this release, but text box padding defaults have been changed from 24px to 8px. I always had to update this manually with each new report, so glad to see this small improvement.
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Pat Strickler Jun 7
It's silly how excited I am for this. 🙃
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Pat Strickler May 24
Nice! Much better screenshot than I was able to grab😀
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Pat Strickler May 24
I believe this is a new undocumented feature in . *Dynamic Page Links* (sorry for the terrible image) - have you seen this yet?
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CompassRed Data Labs May 23
Our own delves into the data around how drivers can maximize their tips. 🚗💵📉
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Pat Strickler May 20
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Ben Kates May 17
Put a hyperlink on an image (or anything) in by filling a textbox with pipe characters and setting opacity to 0%! One use case is clicking a thumbnail to go to another page in the report, cc:
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Pat Strickler May 16
Looking good Marc.
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Pat Strickler May 12
This isn't the viz I set out to create, but it's something. Happy Monday. Link: Data Source: Tool: Subject:
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Pat Strickler May 5
Replying to @Marc_Soares
Yes, I did use the Star Wars API connector. Were you involved with that at all?
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Pat Strickler May 3
Replying to @Howe_Ely
This is tight man.
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Pat Strickler May 3
If I lived in the Star Wars Universe - I imagine this is the type of work I'd be doing. Link: (link: Data Source: Tool: Subject:
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Pat Strickler Apr 24
Hey Lee - I actually used some CASE functions to create the coordinates. You can find them here: I set the Y Axis function up backwards, but you can reverse the axis in your visual and it works.
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Pat Strickler Apr 22
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Sam Marsden Apr 19
Want to get more out of Search Console Performance data and save a shed load of time? Have a read of my post on building custom GSC dashboards in
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Pat Strickler Apr 17
Can't wait to pick up a copy.
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Pat Strickler Apr 15
Thank you sir!
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