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Category Archives: Community Projects
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.
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
So here we are. 2018 is here and so begins a new year of the popular dataviz community project, #MakeoverMonday. I’m putting my full amount of effort into completing all 52 weeks this year and blogging on at least half of them. So let’s get started. American Meat consumption per capita by year. Here is a picture
So here we are for the latest installment of #MakeoverMonday and this week we’re diving into some open public data out of Sydney, Australia. Specifically, we are looking at the Sydney Ferry lines. In fact, the inspiration for the makeover actually comes from an existing Tableau Public dashboard that currently reports on these figures. Below
The city of Philadelphia has managed to decrease crime by 23%. Explore my latest dashboard to see which part of the city is safest or more dangerous.
This is the first of many attempts to join the Tableau elite!