It’s been a while since I embedded a dashboard. I had some issues with WordPress and I couldn’t been bothered. But seems like time resolved it for me! So here’s a short and sweet how-to post on embedding.
Sarka talked live on the internet! I did two webinars on visual analytics in August and September 2020. And I have to say, I’m pretty proud of them. The first one focused on (science-based) arguments why good visual analytics matters. The second one was more about dashboarding and tons of great inspiration.
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.
As for other ‘custom’ charts in Tableau, the right data structure is the key. Also, thinking the visualisation through beforehand helps a lot as well. Drawing, rethinking, redrawing is a good thing.
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.
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 …