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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...

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...

It’s August again, which means it’s still hot, but football is here! Personally, I’ve been enjoying a ton of baseball and the gobsmackload of home runs we’re seeing. The World Cup was also simply outstanding start to finish, but football in America means only one thing:...

I grew up watching college football and always remembered that iconic maize and blue. Now as an adult, Michigan football is somewhat of a family tradition. I watch their games every Saturday during the year with my friends and family, occasionally making the trip up...

The #makeovermonday project, led by Andy Kriebel and Eva Murray, puts out a public data set each week, challenging data vizzers to find a different way to present the data. It’s a great way to practice your visualization skills and force yourself to work with...

Was anyone else fascinated with the American sitcom “The Jetsons” growing up? I know I was. The imaginative, futuristic world was so captivating to me, making me wonder if we would ever have holograms or talking robots. I was most intrigued by the flying cars,...

Note: If you are just looking for the TL;DR quick solution to mapping two spatial files of two different granularities, scroll to the very bottom. I recently moved to New Orleans, and with a background in public policy, I soon dove head first into understanding some...

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