The Pareto principle was developed by the Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto when, in 1906, noticed that 80% of the land in Italy was owned by 20% of the population. And thus, the 80/20 rule was born and business leaders have been stuck on it ever since 🙂 The Pareto chart is based on the principle
Monthly Archives: February 2019
So it looks like Carl Allchin and Jonathan Allenby‘s little Tableau Prep project had a great first week! The solutions to #PreppinData Week 1 are available here: https://t.co/2oSmskhgxl We loved the feedback and alternate solutions found (along with some visualisations too). The new challenge will be posted tomorrow! Thanks to those that filled in the
This is a fun one. I like it when the #WorkoutWednesday add a little whimsy into their challenges and that’s just what Lorna did with her’s this week. Since her challenge came during the week of Valentines Day, she resurrected an old #MakeoverMonday dataset about valentines day spending and challenged us to make a radar
Back in late December I was starting to look ahead to 2019 and thinking about what I wanted to accomplish. Among other things, I wanted to participate more in Lindsey Betzendahl‘s awesome dataviz project, #ProjectHealthViz And while I’m already one month behind, I really wanted to make sure that I completed something for this month’s
Well hello there! Whether you’ve read my blog before or you’re here for the first time – Welcome to the first edition of a new weekly challenge, #PreppinData, spearheaded by Carl Allchin, “The Other” head coach at the The Information Lab Data School, and Jonathan Allenby, consultant at The Information Lab. In the same vain
#WorkoutWednesday2019 week 6 is here | don't get fooled by the pretty trees, this chart can easily be re-purposed for a business setting and includes a few little formatting tricks for good measure | blog: https://t.co/5slLIhIukT | full viz: https://t.co/ueS0wPAOEC pic.twitter.com/8RfwrAKx1s — Ann Jackson (@AnnUJackson) February 6, 2019 Well this looks fun and new! TREES?!