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Carl Allchin
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TC18 London - Practical Tableau Tips
Ryan Sleeper Fundamentals = Success Ryan’s two most popular posts out of 200 is one on bars and one on lines Bar chart tips Give your headers space But don’t make your bars too fat For only a few bars - use a direct label and hide the axis Heavy axis ruler ...
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TC18 London How Tableau solved a life crisis - Bethany Lyons
Bethany Lyons Don’t try to be good at Tableau - try to be good at solving (and generalising) problems in Tableau Meta Points Optimising performance Progressing your career Building teams Making software recommendations The crisis Spending 180 days in the UK...
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TC18 - Advanced Mark Types
Going beyond Bars and Lines How many chart types are there in Tableau? There is no answer as really it’s unlimited depending on the techniques you use 1967 - Jacques Bertans wrote the ‘Semiology of Graphics’ Jock McKinley’s research 2003 - Chris Stolte crea...
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TC18 - Questioning your marks
Neil Richards - HESA Zen doesn’t mean technical impossibility What constitutes a Viz? Tableau means a picture of a scene - a nice way to look at the overview of a Viz A framework, one or more visual encodings, annotations What are the Marks? The actual repr...
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TC18 London - Getting out of your Dataviz Comfort Zome
Dataviz Comfort Zone (DCZ) - being ok with what you produce but ultimately something that is containing information and not insight Strava is used a lot by Eva but their data Viz doesn’t allow Eva to ask the questions she wants answers to. Is it distance pe...
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TC18 Opening Keynote
New Tableau functionality For the Creators: Connecting to Data in the browser through Server Joins and connections in the browser so can form your own data set Workbook formatting on the web Quick number formatting to make the number formatting process less...
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#data16 - My Summary
Every year I mean to write this post. In the seven Tableau conferences I have been to, I think I hit this aim once. Let's make this two shall we? So here's a small collection of thoughts on a range of subjects whilst they are all 'fresh' in my head: The Pro...
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Makeover Monday...well kinda
Every week Andy Kriebel and Andy Cotgreave have been running an initiative to get more people visualising data and thinking about the pros and cons of different visualisation types. I really enjoying seeing what comes through the twitter feed in terms of im...
Makeover Monday...well kinda
Makeover Monday...well kinda
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Tableau Fringe Festival
If you didn't get a chance to catch the live session, here is the recording of my session from the inaugural Tableau Fringe Festival set up by Emily Kund and Jen Vaughan. The overview - visualise what you love and you will find new depths (and friendships) ...
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The History of the Tour de France
The challenge has been set for the 1st Iron Viz qualifier of the year . The competition for me is not just about the main event but having the chance to create a fun visualisation. As a kid, I remember my Dad and I sitting down to watch the Tour de France. ...
The History of the Tour de France
The History of the Tour de France
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