It has taken me eight months to finish this series on achieving data comprehension. This is the third and final installment that explains how I have learned to be a data exploiter. You will need to read the article to find out what that means.
Some stories do not need pictures. This is one of them. I don’t often write them this way, but sometimes the truth must be told without accoutrements and embellishments.
Tableau was used to visualize about eight years of groundwater cleanup data. The total volume of groundwater that was remediated and the total mass of contaminants removed was visualized in Tableau dashboards.
One night after getting frustrated with helping my son complete some Excel homework, my dreaming brain made me watch a movie called “A Nightmare on Excel Street”. You have to read the article to understand what that means.
At first glance, you wouldn’t think that Andy Kriebel and the Chicago Bears have anything in common. Then again, you would be wrong. Read the article to find out why.
The Desmos graphing calculator is a very nice tool. If you have kids that are learning math, this is something that you need to show them how to use.
Sometimes real work leads to auxillary work that is needed for another purpose. That was the case in this article in which I took a deep dive into computing and visualizing population densities across the US. The results were fascinating and made a good case to share in this blog.
The VizPainter has delivered another masterpiece. This trail-blazing Tableau master used a shape file that had a time series history of the United States to win the most recent Iron Viz Competition against some amazing Tableau artists.