The Tableau Public-published workbook below is an example of using Tableau to improve upon something that's not generally considered to be analyzable data: the Tableau Server
tabcmd online help documentation.
Although the online doc is reasonably comprehensive it's not readily digestible. The content's presentation space is very large and sparse — it's harder than it could be to get to the particular command you need, even harder to achieve a comprehensive understanding of the scope and details of the things
tabcmd can do.
If this were a normal Tableau Friction post, or a web content design critique, I'd point out the flaws in the online content. But it's not, and I'm not.
Instead, this post celebrates Tableau's ability to take a bunch of web stuff and render it in a way that actively supports our ability to find what we need, when we need it, and to gain a richer information context.
All in all, this is a pretty handy way to get to the
tabcmd command you want, to understand what it does, how it does it, and how to get it to work.
If you find this interesting or valuable, please let me know.
If you find a way to improve it, I would really like hearing about it.