Luke is back for another #WorkoutWednesday challenge. And for this week, he’s challenging us to recreate an actual real-world visual that Luke recently created for a client. It’s an interesting story, I encourage you to go read the intro. Let’s take a look at what we’re gonna do this week: Cool! A waterfall chart. I
Monthly Archives: November 2018
Tableau Ambassador, former #IronViz champion and an all-around good guy, Curtis Harris is back with a fun #SetAction themed #WorkoutWednesday challenge for week 47. Let’s take a look and here are the requirements: Nice and simple. Should be fairly straightforward. Whenever I go about these challenges I like to build out the skeleton first. Then
There’s no shortage of fun, new Tableau Public projects to join in on. One of those projects that I’ve been meaning to get involved with but haven’t had to time is #SportsVizSunday A fun new initiative centered around…you guessed it…sports data. I’ve been wanting to join for a while and there’s no better time to start
Earlier this year, Lindsay Betzendahl started a new initiative and Tableau Public community project called #ProjectHealthViz. It’s an awesome project that centers around visualizing health related data. Being that I’m active in the Tableau Public community AND that I work at Cerner, it only makes sense that I start participating! November, Lindsay found a dataset
Of the top 97 US metropolitan areas, five are spending more than half of their median income on a mortgage.
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Another #WorkoutWednesday challenge and Rody’s back. One of the reason’s I really like #WorkoutWednesday is the authors do a great of creating challenges to: Challenge you to grow your technical skills Explore new or lesser known functionalities of the Tableau This week is no exception as Rody is challenging us, piggy-backing off of last week’s
This week for #MakeoverMonday, Andy gave us some Census data to play with and this infographic to make over What works well Good title and subtitle Nice appealing colors Line colors are Labeled clearly I like the point values on the ends only What could be improved I’m not loving the bottom side-by-side chart. I
So here we are! 2018.3 is here and with it, along with many new AWESOME features are set actions! And boy, are they gonna change the game. [I realize that we say that with nearly every release but seriously, set actions are gonna be big] 2018.3 was released Monday night and wouldn’t you know it,