Category Archives for "Dashboard"

Transforming COVID

Applying a few data literacy principles, I’ve rewritten the story for a more general audience (i.e. less analytical). [00:00:08] I was looking for something interesting to cover about COVID-19 and came across this new visualization on Tableau Public. It’s actually published by the COVID-19 Data Hub.[00:00:20] The first thing that I want to cover and […]

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Reimagining the Defense Business Board

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The making of Viz and Fizz™

The FizzAs with most things in life, “passion” is the great motivator. Reading this book one day, I realized the pages were filled with data: beer style, ABV, IBU, color!Turns out all this wonderful data was available on the web site – and so began the Viz and Fizz™ project. Yes, guess you could say […]

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1 Salesforce Wave™ visualizations … more like a drip

A lot of our clients have been asking about Salesforce Wave.  I was also curious to understand the product’s capabilities.  There’s much to explore across the entire solution, and of course I started with the visualizations. Fired up the app on my iPad and found serious violations of best practices — in their examples. Wave […]

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5 More frightening than any halloween zombie movie

I was checking out SAS’ newest release of Visual Analytics as it’s always great to see how companies are advancing the possibilities in data visualization.  This is one of their examples ( Honestly, I was blind-sided at how far away this is from common best-practices, including color, visual presentation, and design.  I was expecting much better; […]

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4 Verse 12 of 10+ Ways to Leave Your Pie Chart

My company recently became an Alteryx partner and I wanted to stretch my imagination on how to fulfill the promise of this blog series, and do something pretty cool. This final verse delivers a unique viz combining the data visualization power of Tableau + Alteryx (and replaces the pie charts from Verse 11)! Thank you for taking […]

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Verse 11 of 10+ Ways to Leave Your Pie Chart

Even I am starting to feel a little sorry for the pie chart.  My fellow viz peers generally accept using pie charts on maps. Andy ( might still not let this one pass as he says, “Friends don’t let friends use pie charts.” Use this approach to see big slices in big circles.  Small stuff not so much. Limiting to […]

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