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A diverse abundance of wildlife is as quintessentially Australian as Crocodile Dundee’s giant knife or Men at Work telling you to run for cover. During my recent move Down Under from New York, my mother catalogued all the snakes, spiders, sharks and crocodiles that kill...

Sea otters are my spirit animal. So, when tasked with picking a dataset to analyze, it was only natural that I would look for a way to promote the conservation of California’s beloved Southern sea otter. I found the data online via the Western Ecological...

This blog came out of a desire to see which Canadian province is the “most Canadian.” After some extensive research into what metrics might quantify this (see below) and some searches for data, I settled on maple syrup production to at least get started. Who...

I’m a bit of a Jeopardy! fanatic. Okay, that’s an understatement. I love Jeopardy! and I love trivia. Given the recent airing of the All-Stars tournament, it was a no-brainer for me to create a dashboard celebrating the Jeopardy! GOATs—the greatest of all time. Well,...

As you may have heard, InterWorks’ best asset is by far our people. It’s the thing I’m thankful for day in and day out and one of the first answers I give when asked why I enjoy working here. Today is International Women’s Day, and...

You're someone who travels a lot. Perhaps you're drawn to sandy beaches or snowy peaks, or maybe you've just landed a job as a traveling consultant. Jet-setter that you are, you settle into your seat, ensure your buckle is low and tight across your lap,...

According to research from Dear Tech People, based on data from 100 tech companies, while women make up 50% of the American population, they only make up about 37% of the tech sector*. Separately, a study by Microsoft reports that girls’ interest in STEM subjects—science,...

Like many non-native Oklahomans, one of my greatest fears upon moving to the Sooner State was the threat of tornados. After almost five years, that fear has mostly subsided for a number of reasons: the storm shelter in my garage, the weather app on my...

Returning to Podcast Your Data! this week is Alberto Cairo! You may remember him from one of our very first podcasts over a year ago. As the Knight Chair of Visual Journalism at the University of Miami, he has in-depth experience with the state of...

This week’s Webcast Friday episode on Financial Analysis saw a spike in viewers and I think I know why. Finance has been a popular subject for dashboards in recent years. A growing number of analysts in that community want to learn best practices for dashboard building. I...

TCU plays against Oklahoma State tomorrow, and few are giving OSU a chance in the matchup.  OSU is surprisingly strong at home and TCU appears to have some weaknesses on the road that many are ignoring.  See how both teams stack up thanks to some...

PART 2 In part one we familiarised with Tableau's automatic Trend Line, information provided and inferences possible. Now I want to focus on the fun part: how to calculate the trend line ourselves using Tableau-R integration as well as two applied examples "How much above/below ?" and "What if"....

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