For week 16 we gave the #MakeoverMonday community A LOT of data to work with. 784 million records of medications being prescribed by GPs in England between Aug 2010 and Jan 2017.
We did it in week 6 and we’re doing it again in week 16: We’re giving you a big dataset to work with so you can flex your analytical muscles, try something different, find an interesting story or literally just throw some really big figures on your dashboard.
Week 15 explored the relationship between the price of gold and the price of oil as we looked back at one of Andy’s first Tableau visualizations
During week 14 we looked at job automation and the potential impact of robots and AI on the UK employment market.
Week 13 took a look at a Russian survey about the secret of success. Dot plot, bump charts, bar charts, radar charts. This week had it all! Plus seven lessons to take on board.
We looked at March Madness data for week 12, highlighting the phenomenon that is US college basketball. Quite a few vizzes showed the passion that exists with people and the strong affiliation they have with their teams and those of us outside of the US got a great lesson about basketball
Over 100 vizzes about the frequency of orgasms in week 11. Looks like a lot of satisfied customers.
During week 10 we used SocialBlade‘s statistics on the Top 500 YouTube Gaming Channels to improve on their simple table and create vizzes that would convey the information better than the original.
Week 9 recap, including four lessons to help everyone improve as data analysts and storytellers
Read about the Tableau community at Saint Joseph’s University where students are leading the way to teach their peers about data and data visualization through weekly Tableau clinics and #MakeoverMonday sessions
Everyone loves spuds! In week 8 we looked at the EU Potato Sector. Many authors kept their vizzes nice and simple, while still using the ‘potato theme’ in their colour choices
Love was in the air for week 7 and 111 vizzes later, we have some really amazing visualisations!
A HUGE week for Makeover Monday as everyone got to play with a lot of data. We saw great, creative designs, stunning variations of the black and yellow taxi theme and really cool visualisations using maps and animations.
For week 6 we change things up and bring you A LOT of data. We let you connect to EXASOL so you can work with 105 million records live in Tableau.
In week 5, we challenged the Makeover Monday community to makeover a set of pie charts.
In week 4 we looked at Tourism spend data for New Zealand. Submissions investigated New Zealand’s seasonal trends and the impact of the film industry, as well as sporting events, extreme weather and earthquakes on tourism
Week 3 was Inauguration Week in the U.S., so we decided to makeover a bubble chart of President-Elect Trump’s tweets.
For the 10th anniversary of the iPhone we analysed iPhone sales data over the years.