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Jump to the viz! August in America brings record temperatures and signals an end of six painful months without American Football. Sports news websites begin to surge in traffic; even ESPN, despite their broad coverage of global sports, gains significant ground in its Alexa rankings once...

With nearly three years under my belt as a resident of New York, I’m still a relatively fresh newcomer to the city. And while I love this city and could talk your ear off about the many reasons why, I’ll admit that there are plenty...

.mw { max-width: 90%; } Divvy Bikes, Chicago’s fantastic and vast bike sharing program, gives both local commuters and tourists alike an alternative option to Public Transit or taking a cab. My goal for this dashboard was to create a comprehensive guide to get to know your neighborhood Divvy....

With the non-stop talk around NYC about “Hamilton,” I figured it’s about time to look into some Broadway data. As someone who is not well versed in the theater community as a whole, it’s been interesting to see many people (myself included) become so enamored by...

Today, I got a really interesting request to create a Venn diagram in Tableau that showed the overlap in customer segments. I had seen the 3 Way Venn done by Rob Austin here at InterWorks; however, I needed something that allowed me to select the intersections...

Have you ever interacted with Google/Android’s gorgeous visual identity and wondered, “What is this, and how can I make Tableau look like that?” If your answer was a resounding yes, let me walk you through how we go about answering both the “What?” and the...

Tableau in the Cloud Tableau and Google already form a potent mix, as Tableau supports a number of Google's data sources with native connectors, such as Google BigQuery, Google Analytics and Google Cloud SQL. But as of last month, Tableau Server is certified for use on...

Washington, D.C. is one of the most beautiful and historically rich cities in America. As someone who has lived in the area for over a decade, I can vouch for one park that never disappoints – the promenade between the Capitol and the Potomac known...

George Santayana once said that “those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”  Every history professor I had from high school through college repeated some variation of that phrase.  At one point, I hated history. I could not force myself to memorize...

Campers have a lot of options today! It’s not just a trip to the woods anymore but a plethora of special activities and camps to choose from. I can imagine the arduous process of finding something kids like that’s also close to your home. In Washington,...

After seeing my colleague, Maureen, dive into NYC Open Data with posts on NYC Vehicle Crashes and Parking Tickets, I figured I should take a look around myself to see what other kinds of data the city has made public. Turns out there are more than 1300...

Data stories are about people. We make charts about customers buying things, students earning grades, investors placing trades and on it goes. The people reading and making charts also have stories to tell, but their experiences are hard to describe with numbers and simple shapes....

Gun violence has experienced an uptick across America over the past few years, with major incidents increasing five-fold over the past decade.1 In documenting these incidents over time, the Los Angeles Times has put together an informative timeline that dates from 1984 to present. Scrolling through each tragic moment in...

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