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
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Apple dwarfs all others in terms of revenue per second but what about when we roll up the companies to their industry?
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
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
And we’re back for another week of Makeover Monday. And this time, we’ve got Tableau themselves providing the visualization and data. This week we’re gonna take a look at LinkedIn’s annual survey of Top Skills in demand for the last 3 years throughout several countries. It’s no surprise that data related jobs are in the