This was a dataset that nearly took forever to find something useful to tell a story with as I was trying to find suitable stories to tell in the visualisation. But after a lot of chopping and changing after wrangling the data for a few months, I decided to focus on Essex's own Depeche Mode … Continue reading Visualising Depeche Mode’s Album Chart Performance in the UK and Germany
I must say this week's Makeover Monday dataset was something I never expected as it was on data from The Tate Collection. As the data was focusing on how much of the collection was owned by Joseph Mallord William Turner, it was a logical decision to focus my entry this around the topic. But firstly, … Continue reading Makeover Monday Week 24 – The Tate Collection – Turner or Not Turner?
It has been a very busy couple of weeks since I came back on holiday from Portugal and in that time, I have been continuing to apply for graduate jobs after finishing my degree over a month ago. It would have been very easy for me to settle back in and do nothing after my … Continue reading Quitting is not an option when it comes to graduate job hunting
It's been nearly a week since the Tableau Conference went on tour to London for Data 17 and in that period, I had only done one viz which was this week's Makeover Monday. As I wanted to invest some time into visualising some data I was interested in, I stumbled across the Tableau Wanna Be … Continue reading From Neighbours to Spinning Around – Analysing Kylie’s Album Chart Performances
I cannot believe its been six months since I first started enhancing my data visualisation skills by using Tableau on the 1st January 2017 and it has changed my life. As a Data Journalist for a few years, I had relied on infogr.am to generate my visualisations for my stories, but it was not until … Continue reading The benefits of Makeover Monday for a Tableau learner
As someone who has finished their media degree at Birmingham City University, I have recognised the importance of feedback not just on my course, but in the interests I pursue in my everyday life. Having constructive criticism in the work I produce only helps to develop myself to become a better worker but you could … Continue reading The importance of feedback
In my very first Tableau Tutorial, I show you how to create a diverging bar chart without any calculations in Tableau on my YouTube channel. Please note: I am still thinking of a name for my Tableau Tutorial videos for every Tuesday but I will get there eventually. This video is an example to show you … Continue reading Creating a Diverging Bar Chart Without Calculations in Tableau