It’s been a few weeks since I’ve blogged about #MakeoverMonday. But I’m back for this week. This week we’re looking at interesting dataset by the Fraser Institute who is responsible for determining and measuring the economic freedom of every country in the world. This is no small task. They score them on 5 different metrics
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Rody’s back with a new #WorkoutWednesday challenge for week 7. We’re to make a simple crosstab table showing Sub-Category sales by month. We are to also color the min and max sub-categories for each month and the Sub-Category grand total. Similar to last week, this one is pretty simple. This took me maybe 15 minutes.
Week 6 of #WorkoutWednesday has us taking a looking at a dot plot across a product hierarchy. Here’s our challenge Requirements The dashboard size is 600px by 800px You must use Category and Sub-Category in your product hierarchy. Right-align each member in the hierarchy. Sort each level in the hierarchy descending by sum of sales.
Back for the 5th week of #WorkoutWednesday and Andy has returned for a straightforward challenge. with the following requirements: No LOD No Table Calcs Q2 must always follow Q1 in the final viz Alright so right off the bat, I can see that I’m gonna need to do some trickery here because while it may
It’s really nice to be reminded how simple some things can be in Tableau. Rody does a great job reminding us of that with this Workout Wednesday challenge. The challenge was pretty simple. Show a table of Sales by Customers and Years Only Include Customers whose sales have increased each year from 2014-2017 Sort them
February is going to be a busy month for the blog. Tableau is teaming up with other organizations and communities to help #VisualizeDiversity in honor of #BlackHistoryMonth. Week 1 – #MakeoverMonday Week 2 – Storytelling with Data Week 3 – #VizforSocialGood Week 4 – #DataforDemocracy So this first week we’re looking at a visual from the
Apple dwarfs all others in terms of revenue per second but what about when we roll up the companies to their industry?
As a part of my 2018 #Vizgoals, I’ve committed myself to completing all 52 weeks of the #WorkoutWednesday challenge. This weekly challenge was started by Andy Kriebel and Emma Whyte in 2017 and is being carried on by Rody Zachovich and Luke Stanke. The mission is simple: Test your technical Tableau knowledge I’ve decided that
Episode 3: Census Data …And we’re back for another week of #MakeoverMonday. This week we are looking at U.S. Census data! Yes, that deserves an exclamation point because this is such a rich and dense dataset that it, probably, the most widely used, no CITED, dataset in the U.S. I have no data to back
This year, acclaimed author of “Storytelling with Data”, Cole Knaflic is challenging her followers to a specific data visualization challenge each month. January’s challenge is using annotations on a line chart to tell a story. I chose to focus on fatal traffic incidents involving distracted drivers. Read about my thought process and analysis in this post.