What’s the biggest difference between doing data analysis for a client and doing it for yourself? The data part.
Behind every analysis, there is a story. My story behind Women & Movies is short: “Women are underrepresented in the movies.” – “That’s not true; there are so many movies with female leads!” – “Ok, name ten.” – “Ms Marvel.” And cut.
When I was browsing Tableau dashboards on their blog, this one got me. I instantly fell in love with it’s clean and simple design yet intriguing insight. Fresh colours, easy-to-read charts and lots of extra, hidden information in tooltips. But it was the cubes and filters what made me try something at least a bit …
I really wanted to make a radial bar chart, and as I have parsed some data from my Health App already, I was (quite) ready to go for those visualisations.
Have you ever checked Health App on your iPhone? Have you ever wondered how to get data from that app? Have you ever thought about making a nice Tableau dashboard out of it? I have, so I did.
I found some pretty interesting data here and here and here and decided to visualize it. I should have been doing something else but I didn’t want to. I wanted to see a dashboard. Procrastination level data-lover.
I love gathering data about myself. That’s why I fill my Excel table with my mood, leisure activities, travels and other stuff. It’s amazing to see how many places I visited in 2018. And even more exciting to visualize it with Tableau. 🙂
Word clouds are great. Everyone loves a good colourful word cloud. Me too. To make one of those with our instagramming Czech politicians’ data, we needed to do some data prep.
There are more than a hundred million posts uploaded every single day on Instagram. More than 4 billion likes a day by half a billion users. Fifty nine percent of internet users between the age of 18 and 29 have an active Instagram account. More than 70% of teenagers use Instagram. Even if it dies out …
When writing an article about Czech political influencers, I came across some pretty interesting numbers. I was honestly surprised I haven’t found any data analysis covering this so I decided to do it myself (with lots of Jiri‘s help – he’s my data guru and coding mentor 🙂 ).