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Makeover Monday – 100 People

Makeover Monday – 100 People

It's the 100th week of Makeover Monday!!! This week Andy and Eva have us looking at "If The World Were 100 People" I wanted to build a visualization that would fit in the same space as the list on the statistics page, including the same information. I wound up building an infographic-like viz, with a … Continue reading Makeover Monday – 100 People

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Makeover Monday – Social Media Popularity

Makeover Monday – Social Media Popularity

Unstacked area charts, dual axes, conditional tooltips, and floating titles in this week's Makeover Monday! As always, thanks to Andy and Eva for hosting Makeover Monday, including finding and posting data sets each week!   I found out that you can control whether measures are stacked or unstacked last week, and have been itching to try … Continue reading Makeover Monday – Social Media Popularity

Auto-Selecting Users on Tableau Server

Auto-Selecting Users on Tableau Server

Really happy with a dashboard I built at work this week. Can't share the actual version with you, but created a mock-up with fake data. This data is significantly simpler than the real data source - I've cut unused fields, decimated the number of users, and condensed multiple complex processes into a single straightforward one. … Continue reading Auto-Selecting Users on Tableau Server

Makeover Monday – Myers Briggs Frequencies

Makeover Monday – Myers Briggs Frequencies

Lots of Data Structuring, Parameters, and Calculations in this week's makeover! Check out the interactive version here! To create the first view, with each letter (I, E, N, S...) side by side along a single axis, I had to duplicate the data source, and pivot the category fields. Then, to filter the data as parameters … Continue reading Makeover Monday – Myers Briggs Frequencies

Table Calcs – TC 17 Takeaways

Just got back from Tableau Conference 2017! I'm putting together a teach-back for work, and figured I would share it here too! At the conference I attended these Hands On sessions: Advanced Calculations - 8 hour paid class Table Calcs for the advanced analyst Tableau + Python = ❤ LOD Expressions vs. real world You … Continue reading Table Calcs – TC 17 Takeaways