## How do you round to 2 decimal places in Tableau?

You can find this formatting by right-clicking on the measure that is currently on the Text Marks Card, choosing “Format”, and changing the format for the numbers on the pane (as opposed to axis). Values below one are rounded to four decimal places and values above one are rounded to just two!

**What does Zn stand for in Tableau?**

ZN. ZN(expression) Returns the expression if it is not null, otherwise returns zero. Use this function to use zero values instead of null values.

**What is float data type in Tableau?**

Floating-Point Type. Numeric types consist of two-, four-, and eight-byte integers, as well as eight-byte floating-point numbers and selectable-precision decimals.

### How do you round decimals in Tableau?

Create the following calculations to round down the numbers after a certain decimal point in Tableau Desktop. Without Parameter (Not able to specify the decimal point): Round down to the whole number: FLOOR(SUM([Sales])) OR FLOAT(INT(SUM([Sales))) Round down with decimal point: FLOAT(INT(SUM([Sales])*10)/10)

**How do you round up numbers in Tableau?**

Answer

- Round up to the whole number: CEILING(SUM([Quantity]))
- Round up with decimal point: CEILING(SUM([Quantity (copy)])*10)/10.

**How do you use ZN in Tableau?**

The Tableau ZN function only works for numeric fields and changes Null to 0. That’s the only use for ZN: to change Null numbers to zero. It works for both row level and aggregate numbers. This function will error if using it with String, Date or Boolean data types – or anything that’s not a number.

#### How do I get rid of decimal places in Tableau?

Option 4: On Tableau Server or Tableau Cloud

- On the Marks card, right-click the field on Label and select Format…
- In the pop-up menu, select Number.
- Change the number of decimals to 0.