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.
Introduction This is a story from today as my wife Toni and I were driving overnight from Knoxville, TN to Charleston, SC to hop on a cruise. At 2 am.or so, I looked over at her to tell her a story. This is how it went… Ken: There are about 101,000 weather monitoring stations around…
This is test 6 of a series that compares Tableau to Power BI. The purpose of this test is to compare and contrast each program’s ability to read and work with shapefiles.
This is a fun article. I created a Tableau dashboard that allows us to view 55 years of temperature data to see if global warming is impacting where we live. When you spend a little time using this tool, you will have a better appreciation of the variability of weather and the difficulty of concluding anything about global warming.
This is a summary article that contains links to the Tableau vs Power BI series I have been working on. I also include some impressions about using the software tools in real-world situations.