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Re: How to deal with a "(BLANK)" value in a card visualization

If I use the card visual in relation to 'gender', I am having issues solving the blank dillemma because there is no zero value in my data, its either male or female. On my dashboard, when I click the male icon the female icon will appear as blank and vice versa. Ideally when I click on the male icon I would like the female icon to appear as "N/A" or "Zero" is anyone able to help me with this issue I am having, any help is greatly appreciated 🙂

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Re: How to deal with a "(BLANK)" value in a card visualization

Similar issue here, dealing with non-numeric values. 

 

It'd be nice if you could conditionally format the card, so if it have no data to present, I can conditonal the background color and text color as same, creating the illusion that nothing is presented on the card. 

 

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Re: How to deal with a "(BLANK)" value in a card visualization

Agree.

Many times I do counts and place these in a card.  I do this not by creating a new column or measure but by counting some attribute in the data.

For a count the card should show zero rather than (Blank).

Or at least that option should be available without having to create a new column or measure.

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