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^ Psychology, Social|Psychology, Personality|Web Studies Karen Marks Pinto, "The Relationship between 'OCEAN' Personality Dimensions, Demographics, and Online Dating Attitudes and Behaviors" (January 1, 2013).When you connect to a data source, Tableau assigns each field in the data source as playing one of two possible data roles: dimension or measure.Any field that you drag from the Measures area will initially be continuous when you add it to the view, and so its background will be green.But if you then click the field and choose , the values become column headers.Learn more, including about available controls: Cookies Policy. When you sign in to comment, IBM will provide your email, first name and last name to DISQUS.Tableau continues to aggregate values for the field, because even though the field is now discrete, it is still a measure, and Tableau will always aggregate measures.You can take the process one step further and convert the measure to a dimension if you like.

When you first connect to a data source, Tableau assigns any fields that contain quantitative, numerical information (that is, fields where the values are numbers) to the , Tableau creates a continuous axis.That information, along with your comments, will be governed by DISQUS’ privacy policy.By commenting, you are accepting the IBM commenting guidelines and the DISQUS terms of service.^ Results reveal numerous significant relationships between individuals' personality traits and demographic variables as they relate to individuals' attitudes towards online dating.Additionally, various findings were discovered when examining individuals' personality traits and demographics variables (e.g., gender, religious affiliation, online dating history) in relation to individuals' decontextualized and contextualized online dating behaviors related to self-disclosure, activeness (initiative taking), and degree of importance of others' profiles.