Continuous means "forming an unbroken whole, without interruption"; discrete means "individually separate and distinct." In Tableau, fields can be either continuous or discrete.
When you drag a field from the , the values are discrete by default and Tableau creates column or row headers. If a field has values that are numbers that can be added, averaged, or otherwise aggregated, Tableau assigns that field to the .
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