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
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What’s up? I’m back with another music viz for you all. The other day I stumbled upon an article on Billboard.com by Andrew Unterberger ranking 88 diamond certified albums. There were a few caveats but the fact remains, it’s a stellar list of some of the greatest albums ever released. Literally, in order to be diamond certified,
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
This is the first installment of my newly launched Tableau Public Resources Series The Data This data is from the Global Stats Stas Counter website. They are “a web analytics service who’s code is written on more than 2.5 million sites globally.” They an “independent company that provide unbiased stats on Internet activity.” Basically, every time you
The Fandom On November 18, 2016, Metallica will make their triumphant return to the remind everyone that they are still, undeniably, the biggest & heaviest metal band around. Yes, I’m a Metallica fan. It was the summer of ’96, I was 15 and MTV stilled played music videos. I used to watch MTV all the
This is the first of many attempts to join the Tableau elite!
I was perusing reddit the other day and stumbled upon a wonderful sub specializing in Data Viz Requests. This definitely piqued my interest as I’m always on the lookout for free data sources! Plus I enjoy helping my fellow man, so this was really in my wheel house. The first post was requesting a viz using data compiled