Butterfly charts are a diverging data visualization that allows users to compare values across a single dimension as well as down a separate dimensions. Check out this blog to learn how to create one in Tableau
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For week 20 of #MakeoverMonday, we’re looking at traffic data. Europe traffic data to be specific. Check out the original below: What works well Title Axis is labeled Contextual notes are footnoted Columns are easy to read What could be improved I’m constantly confused by the colors, I keep looking for a legend only to
I’m going back in time for this #WorkoutWednesday challenge to Andy’s 2017 week 53 which is being included in week 1 for 2018. This is all part of my goal of completing all 52 weekly challenges in 2018 along with all my other 2018 dataviz goals. So here we go, a few weeks late. The
Explore one of my favorite shows on television and see just how bad those b-movies were.
This is part of my Tableau Public Resources series Welcome to the second installment in a series of visualizations and blog posts where I’m making use of Tableau Public’s datasets that they provide for new users to get acquainted with using the software. The data for this visualization is taken from Inc.’s 2014 list of the fastest
Well, hello again! Good to see you, thanks for stopping by. The Data Who doesn’t love TED talks? Much to my surprise, there are some people out there who have not experienced the joy and amazement of watching an intellectual talk to you about a very specific topic and convey a powerful message all in
From May 15, 1941 to July 16, Joe DiMaggio safely hit in 56 straight games. This is a game by game breakdown of the streak.
How many US Veterans have died in each State? A interactive view of the US Dept of Veteran Affairs database.