https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jS2tsmmDTb4&feature=youtu.be It has been a while since I last did a Tableau Tip video on YouTube and since I know how to make a gantt chart, I wanted to share with you all how to create this chart in Tableau. If you are struggling to make this chart using my tutorial, then this tutorial from Tableau will aid you … Continue reading Creating a Gantt Chart in Tableau
In the past few weeks, my Makeover Monday entries in Tableau have been using a bar chart with sparing use of colour. It got me thinking about all the data visualisations I have published on Tableau Public (all 53 of them!) and why I take certain avenues and directions with the visualisations I produce. If you have heard the KISS … Continue reading Simple is better for data visualisations than complexity
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
This is some news I wanted to share with you all for a while after taking up Tableau on the first day of 2017. The post will be relatively short but to-the-point as I want to share this piece of news with you all. It has been something I have thought about for a while … Continue reading Let’s start Tableau Tipping on YouTube!
For many years, I used to be very closed about the fact that I was on the autistic spectrum. From the age of three, I was diagnosed by a Doctor as having Asperger's Syndrome, which is a mild form of autism, which affects the way I interact and create relationships around me whether that is … Continue reading Asperger’s is not a barrier, it’s who I am
I must be honest with myself after turning 21 last week, I had a bad week, full of overthinking and making silly mistakes and being unsuccessful with The Data School 6 application. It would have been very easy to put two months of Tableau learning aside and forget about it, but its made me more … Continue reading Learning through doing – Picking yourself back up in Tableau
The dawn of a new year beckons as 2016 becomes 2017 and already this year feels a lot quicker than last year. But there was a goal that I wanted to accomplish and that was to learn Tableau. On the first day of 2017, I jumped into the unknown and I have not looked back … Continue reading What have I learned on my first month using Tableau?
After being recommended to try Tableau's weekly social data project #MakeoverMonday, which is run by Andy Kriebel and Eva Murray, I have immersed myself in the project which has given me a place where I can share my work on social media within the Tableau community and get feedback by other participants. Whilst it has … Continue reading Reflecting on my first two Tableau #MakeoverMonday weeks so far – a lot to learn