The Tableau Community is awesome. Not only do they provide great opportunities to practice my data viz craft (with weekly projects like #MakeoverMonday), they also provide tips and tricks so that I can find solutions and create my vision! This week, with resources provided by the community, I created a dumbbell chart showing the amount of wine produced by various countries.
I am proud to say that I am #CertifiablyTableau! It took time and work (and money), no doubt about it. If you are thinking about getting certified as a Tableau Desktop Qualified Associate—read on! Here’s some tips and resources that helped me in the process.
On December 8th I had the pleasure of presenting for the US Tableau Fringe Festival. In my talk, Do Good with Data, I share examples and resources for including a specific call to action on data visualizations.
Today I’m happy to report that I completed #MakeoverMonday Week 52! Here’s my thought process.
I have a confession.
Originally posted on #Tableau Fringe Festival:
We were overwhelmed by all of the fantastic speaker applications for TFF US. We vetted speaker applications among a small committee and are pleased to announce the following individuals have been chosen to speak at TFF US which will start at 9am Eastern Standard Time on December 8, 2017. To learn more and to keep up to date with… Continue reading TFF US Speaker Announcement
#Makeover Monday Week 34 was a viz on solar eclipses. This topic was very appropriate since there was a for-reals solar eclipse that week — on Monday, August 21st! Continue reading “#MakeoverMonday Week 34: Solar Eclipses”
I was on vacation for a few weeks in the UK and was not able to complete #MakeoverMonday. But I’m back now and I was excited to see the topic for this week. This post walks though my process as I completed #MakeoverMonday Week 30.
This is three weeks in a row for me with #MakeoverMonday!