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.
This is my second short Tableau data story. The theme is motorcycles and being a data dork. You have to read the article for proof of why I believe I am a naturally born data dork.
Now over 30 years ago, the summer of 1986 was a fun one for me. In this short story, I relate some climate data back to my life, with the focus being on July 31, 1986.
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.
One day I heard a guy say that his brother had to wear “adult braces” after getting cracked in the mouth. Adult braces, I wondered, as I stood there as an adult wearing braces! I thought to myself that braces are braces, no matter how old you are when you are wearing them. They can hurt but they do great things for your smile. Hence, this article was born.
I take a detailed look at maximum air temperature changes over North America. I wanted to see what has happened over my lifetime, or over the past 5 decades. The results are very interesting, at least to me.
The next time you are taking a photo, understand that you are capturing your life. Years later, when you look back on your past, that photo might help you understand how you got to where you are.