data visualization Tag

Do you ever have those watercooler debates at work that never get a real sense of finality? A coworker claims the trade OKC made for Carmelo Anthony was worth it, and you know in your heart that they are completely wrong, but you keep it...

Visualizing financial statements is hard. While not inherently a difficult task, when I speak with many of my clients' financial teams, their data tends to be some of the most sensitive that the company possesses, and for that reason, its presentation is very particularly curated....

This visualization has a personal aspect for me. In April 2017, I was approached by the Tableau Foundation to volunteer my Tableau skills to teach data literacy and Tableau Desktop to government agencies in Myanmar (formerly Burma) with the hope of empowering them with good information...

This week’s Makeover Monday project focused on how expensive it is to own a home in major cities across the United States. The original article presented the data as the number of hours of work it takes to pay the median monthly mortgage payment. You...

“Hey, there are some leftover sandwiches from today’s TUG in the kitchen if anyone wants some.” “Well, I was planning on being at that meeting, but I got pulled in to help with the TUG on Thursday.” “Hey, Andrea, I think it’d be a great opportunity for...

It all started when I wanted to make a dashboard on the correlation between the brightness of the moon and crime activity. It’s one of those things everyone has heard in their life whenever crime or hospitalizations spike (or at least I have): “It must...

I went to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for my undergraduate degree, and it was one of the most rewarding experiences I’ve ever had. However, it’s surprising to me that I ended up in North Carolina, having grown up in New Jersey....

You want your hard work to get noticed, right? When it comes to designing visualizations and dashboards, getting your work noticed and making it useful have typically come with some sort of sacrifices on both sides. In this week's show, Robert, Mike and Ben discuss just...

Two months ago, my wife and I got married, moved across the world and started new jobs—all within TEN DAYS! Stressful, but all of that was worth it because we now live in Singapore, an amazing country that has received international attention for being the...

Yet another great project came out this month from the folks at Viz for Social Good. This time around, we’re exploring data from the United Nations Development Programme to help build a crisis risk dashboard to assess risk and crises in the Sahel region of Africa. The...

While attending the Tableau Conference in London, we received many interesting questions. I want to share one of them here. We want to see sales performance over time. What if we sometimes want to compare different sub-categories separately and just want to see the development...

Recreating an inspiring visualization is a great way to learn and stretch the limits of a tool. Recently, Andy Kirk reached out to Twitter followers looking to see if it’s possible to make a grid full of circles like this Nobel Laureates graphic using Tableau....

For the rest of 2018, I have made it my goal to produce more Makeover Monday visualisations. I’m always trying to develop my skills, and an area in which I’m keen to improve is the design aspect. My goal is to make beautiful visualisations! Last week’s...

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