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Emma Cosh joins our own Kate Treadwell on the podcast this week! Emma is a freelance data viz designer, UX connoisseur, artist, author, and public speaker, and advocate for the underrepresented in the industry. She created and hosts Tiny Tableau Talks to help those who...

Robert has the pleasure of talking with Jeffrey Osborn and Kevin Lustig, Creative Director and Technical Director respectively, from Graphicacy - an interactive agency specializing in data visualizations, infographics, motion graphics, data analysis, and, most of all, storytelling with data. Subscribe to Podcast Your Data through...

Over the course of the past year, I’ve combined my love of genealogy with an increasing interest in data visualization. I’ve long had an Ancestry.com account, but I always wanted a more visual representation of where I came from. Cue Tableau. After working in short...

This week I gave a talk on level of detail expressions at the Atlanta Tableau User Group. Preparing for that talk I watched lots of video. The speech by Ian Coe and Adam Kamor, Pick Your Poison, LOD Expression or Table Calc inspired this dashboard....

Evictions are a sensitive subject in San Francisco. Long-term residents are being pushed out of their homes due to rising rent – some through evictions. Two of the most common, and controversial, ways to evict someone are the Ellis Act and Owner Move-in. The Ellis Act...

How can you or your organization get more out of your raw data? How do you make the data understandable to the masses? And how do you make better decisions based on the data? This show, Ben, Derrick, and Alex have a roundtable discussion about making...

Spring is here in D.C. For most people, that means any number of things – from the Cherry Blossom Festival, the Rock n’ Roll Marathon, patio dining or, for those as unlucky as I, horrendous seasonal allergies. But, there’s one recurring tradition from D.C. government that...

We take a moment - actually, a whole show - to remember Hans Rosling, who passed away on Feb. 7, 2017. Ben and Dan talk about their most memorable moments with Hans and attempt to imagine where the world of data is headed, as Hans...

Electric vehicles have been selling in significant numbers for several years. Tesla has made a splash in the ultra-luxury market with the Model S, and they took deposits from excited buyers amounting to over $15 billion of backlog for the mass market Model 3 sedan. GM,...

As far back as I can remember, the Chicago Cubs were, to me, family. From my grandfather and father growing up spending summer days taking the L down to Addison, grabbing a bleacher seat and hand-scoring the game. They got to watch the greats play...

We all love making new, beautiful visualizations, but what good are the vizzes if your data is unsecured and a mess? In this episdoe, InterWorks Data Engineer Matthew Brimer and Solutions Architect Jonathan Lundin talk about security, the Internet of Things and shoring up the wave...

“Data-driving decision making” is a phrase heard in several industries, perhaps none more so than in education. In such a scrutinized field, the ability to back decisions up with data isn’t an optional luxury, it’s a necessity. The challenges that many educational organizations face are...

Perhaps one of the greatest things about Tableau is how industry-agnostic it is. Though some industries are predisposed to be more data-driven than others, Tableau is making it criminally easy for anyone in any vertical to get more from their data. As a leading Tableau...

In 2016, the U.S. had an historic presidential race between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, the first woman to run for U.S. president. While we’re still waiting on a female president in the U.S., the race led me to wonder about women in other areas...

This morning, while reading my RSS feeds, there was an interesting map showing Netflix streaming activity by state published by HSI.   The visual didn’t make it easy to see the most popular show incidence. In a few minutes, I created this view in Tableau that does: ...

Washington, D.C.’s Metrorail, opened in 1976, covers 110 miles of subway track, 6 metro lines and 91 stations. System upgrades have been long overdue, with considerable malfunctions and delays surfacing at greater frequencies over the past few years. From a train fire that killed a passenger to...

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