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 have always wanted to do a data visualisation on music data, but the ideas I had in the past were often too ambitious or too complicated. Over the past few months, I went back to the drawing board and decided to do it around the two biggest Britpop bands of the 90's, Oasis and … Continue reading Oasis v. Blur – The Battle for Britpop Supremacy: Creating the visualisation
I will keep this short and sweet, but you're wondering "Why have I not been vizzing lately?" Chances are that I have had to focus on finishing my degree and completing two mammoth assignments which were the dissertation and production project so any chances of fitting a Makeover Monday around those massive pieces of work … Continue reading Why have I not been vizzing lately?
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
Yesterday, I started my first Makeover Monday session in Tableau, which was an exciting but daunting experience. It got me thinking about reflecting on each week of doing Makeover Monday through the stories I tell with my visualisations. This week's Makeover Monday Week 3 was an opportunity to look at finding a story through @RealDonaldTrump's … Continue reading First Makeover Monday – Week 3: @RealDonaldTrump dataviz