In some scenarios, it may be possible to distribute all the items in a list or library into multiple folders such that no folder has more than five thousand items.It is important to consider the following when you use folders to organize a large list or library: Note: If you move items into the Share Point Recycle Bin, those items will still be counted when determining whether the filter expression exceeds the List View Threshold.On all versions of Share Point, you can create a filtered view with a column index to help reduce the number of results when working with large lists and libraries.Creating a filtered view with an indexed column is a two-step process: create an index for a column and then create a view that uses the indexed column to filter the view.The last choice, also with Server versions of Share Point, is to change the limit.
For more info on filtering columns, see Use filtering to modify a Share Point view.The reading pointers below I borrowed from my Google microblogs “Data Visualization” (https://plus.google.com/111053008130113715119/posts , 7090 followers) and “Data Visualization with Tableau” (https://plus.google.com/112388869729541404591/posts , 1010 followers). Is the Avoidance of 3-D Bar Graphs a Knee-Jerk Reaction? A modern view of Minard’s Map: https://qonnections2016-charts.qlikcloud.com/57279cd9c22f280100294eaa/3. Averages Aren’t What They Used to Be and Never Were 4. Tableau plus Hy Per: “Something up their sleeve” also How Tableau Built a Billion Data Empire On Top Of Beautiful Charts: 12.