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Canada's Most Up to Date, Interactive Public Health Report Card (CCHS 2016, 2015)

I recently updated my 2015 Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS) Tableau dashboards which showed results in an interactive report card format, with 2016 data. WordPress does not allow JavaScript usage for me to embed those report cards, to explain how they worked and what information you could gather from them far faster, and more effectively, than just from data tables. 80 more words

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Renewable Energy in the UK

For an interactive version of this data, please visit this link.

It is my expectation that following Brexit the United Kingdom will need to become more self-sufficient in terms of energy generation, or face hefty price increases from the countries it imports its electricity from. 518 more words

Let's Get Organized

Have you ever had this issue?

“I know you told me that Tableau has this <insert popular workbook or data source>. But, I cannot find it. 

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How to Customize Colors in Tableau

How to Customize Colors in Tableau

Now you’ve got some fonts that aren’t basic, how about some custom colors? I really like matching my visualizations to my report, which is… 380 more words

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American teens' favorite social media app

This weeks MakeOver Monday #47 we were asked to visualise data from Business Insider about American teenagers use of social media pp, and specifically which app they prefer… 67 more words

Dataviz - adatvizualizációs verseny

A Budapest BI Fórum idén is megrendezte adatvizualizációs versenyét, ebben az évben az OTP Bank közreműködésével és támogatásával.

A verseny középpontjában az OTP Kedvezményprogram volt, ahol a cég ügyfelei az internetbankban aktiválhatják a különböző partnercégek kedvezményes ajánlatait. 292 more words

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Makeover Monday week 47, 2017: Snapchat is Tops with American Teens

Incredibly we are already at week 47. That means that after this week there are only 5 makeovers to go for 2017. Crazy, right?

Don’t despair, Makeover Monday will continue in 2018, of course, and we are actually already working behind the scenes on some changes and improvements to make this project bigger and better so it can benefit more data analysts and enthusiasts in the future. 359 more words

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