Reference Lines, Bands, and Boxes

Add a reference line, band, or box to mark a specific value or region on an axis. For example, if you are analyzing the monthly sales for several products, you may want to include a reference line at the average sales mark so you can see how each product performed against the average. Alternatively you may want to shade a particular area along the axis, show a distribution, or show the full range of values, using a box plot.
Tableau lets you add an unlimited number of reference lines, bands, and boxes. Right-click on an axis and select Add Reference Line, Band or Box to open the Add Reference Line, Band, or Box dialog box:

Reference lines, bands, and boxes are not available when the view is a map using online or offline maps.
  1. Types of Reference Lines, Bands, and Boxes
  2. Adding Reference Lines
  3. Adding Reference Bands
  4. Adding Reference Distributions (Bullet Graphs)
  5. Adding Box Plots
  6. Editing Reference Lines, Bands, and Boxes
  7. Removing Reference Lines, Bands. and Boxes

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