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
Category Archives: Tableau
Week 2 of Makeover Monday brings us survey data from YouGov.co.uk that looks at how men and women rank 6 different characteristics on importance when looking for a romantic partner. Here is the original chart that inspired the makeover What works well I like the title, it’s very descriptive The colors are nice and aren’t
If you read my post regarding my 2018 goals, then you know I’m getting serious about blogging more. Well, I feel like I need to let my readers know a little more about me and what to expect. I’m not talking about “long walk on the beach” type of stuff, though there might be a
I’ve never really done resolutions before or put my goals on “paper.” That changes in 2018. Here’s what I’m going to be up to in 2018 from a professional/dataviz prospective. Come along this journey with me!
How are NFL teams spending their money on player salaries?
In June 2017, Rolling Stone magazine released their all-encompassing list of the greatest metal albums of all-time. Because these lists are inherently subjective, I wanted to see what data behind the albums looked like.
There have been 3,498 recipients of the Congressional Medal of Honor. 19 have received 2 medals. 72 are still alive. Explore the history of the medal in this interactive dashboard
Explore one of my favorite shows on television and see just how bad those b-movies were.
I’m back with another music viz. I’m quickly realizing that I certainly have a theme with my personal vizzes. Music Sports I’ve said it before, I think. I have a deep, visceral view towards music. It is one of the greatest inventions of human expression I can think of. It’s also so personal to each