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Queering Ambient Performance: Prototyping the Digital Tableau Vivant

Yesterday I gave a peformance paper at the Slow Media Conference held at Corsham Court, Bath Spa University. Below is my video presentation and paper. The video (A Garland of Beauty, 2015) is a test piece that exploits digital technologies to expand the remit of the dramatic tableau (as defined by Denis Diderot). 2,260 more words

Digital Media

The History of the Football League

Some pretty impressive work from Chris Love (@ChrisLuv) detailing the history of the Football League from 1888 to the current day, using everyone’s favourite data visualisation tool… 15 more words

Six features coming to Tableau's new BI analytics suite

Tableau Software will release a big update to its business intelligence software in the coming weeks, promising that customers will be able to spend more time on data analysis and less on “data wrangling.”

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Data Analytics

How to create data visualisations using Tableau's Story Points | Media news

Journalists are always looking for new and inventive ways to present data in news stories.

Just presenting graphs or Excel-generated graphics. Data is boring in its natural state, so we have to find new avenues to spice it up and make it readable. 1,439 more words

Ramblings

An insight into the workings of todays networks

In this graph I have gathered data from an external source, which shows, the active present percentage change in usage of the population over one year, (orange) and the active percentage of Internet users that use a specific Network, (Blue). 607 more words

Statistics

Why?

In this blog I intend to be of some help to a user in continuous improvement by provide learning and shortcuts that I have got over time.

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Excel

Visualizing Wikipedia: First 2015 Iron Viz Qualifier Submission

Tableau announced this year’s first contest for the Iron Viz competition. For this visualization, I was only allowed to use data from Wikipedia.
Check out my submission… 1,103 more words