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.
Introduction One of the most popular topics I have written about in this blog is a method I call “Tableau buckets”. I have been very surprised by the number of people that have found this concept to be useful. For this reason, I am going to extend this “bucket” concept to Alteryx workflows.
Introduction This is blog post number 101, and I now have a clarity about 3danim8’s blog that I did not have before I started writing it a year and a half ago. It took me writing the previous 100 blog posts to gain this clear vision and to develop my mission statement. It only took me 536 days,…
Introduction I recently wondered whether I could use Tableau to graphically process results from finite-element models. This post just begins to answer that question.
Introduction For more than 20 years, I did a lot of groundwater flow and transport numerical modeling. This work prepared me well for my current career in business analytics, but life sure would have been easier if I had Tableau Desktop back then!
Introduction Today there is a CNN headline that gives some predictions about the 2013 hurricane season. Click here to read the story. This reminded me of the hurricane data that I worked on recently, using Tableau to investigate spatial and temporal trends over the past 40 years. If you want to examine the data for…
For 10 years I worked on remediating groundwater and surface water in Cape Cod, MA. This is a short story about that project and how Tableau was used to visualize the data collected over many years of operating remediation systems.