There are many different ways of telling a story, but everything starts with an idea.Matt Chambers, data architect at Clemson University who makes complex data easy to understand.Through graphics and other visual strategies, he weaves a story using data. His visualization quickly draw attention to the key messages and uncover surprising patterns and observations that wouldn't be apparent from looking at stats alone .You all probably recognize Matt Chambers’ by his awesome Vizes like "Car color popularity bump chart" .
Being a field expert and also being humble is a trait that is hard to come by .One name which came to my mind is Curtis Hariss .A well known face across the Tableauverse.His easy to use, creative and intuitive Tableau Vizes benefited so many Tableau authors around the globe.Curtis always turns complex data sets into beautiful, simple diagrams that tease out unseen patterns and connections.
When the idea of collating a list of Tableau books one should read to get an expertise on the tool came up, it seemed fun in the beginning but not for long. We kept spinning ours pens for some time because every book in the market provides a unique blend of knowledge ranging from a beginner to the masters!! The list kept piling up till we gave up.
I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Michael Mixon, a well known Tableau Viz artist, painter, photographer and traveler.I think you all agree Michael's every project/dashboard is created by design. It is thought out, analyzed and finally, designed and executed.His every dashboard communicates a distinct message.Take a look into his story, where he gets inspiration, and how he uses Tableau and learn more about him.
A waffle chart is basically a square version of a pie chart. Since it does not involve angles, it’s easier for the reader to compare accurately .A waffle chart uses a grid of differently colored squares (hence the name) to show proportion instead of pie slices, making it easier for the viewer to cognitively process the various data relationships. A lot of times, these are used as an alternative to the pie charts. It provides visual communication beyond simple data visualization.
Every woman has her own definition of success. But the path to success can be tricky and navigating it requires that you be proactive in several aspects of your life. Emily is a perfect example . She is truly a visionary woman . she candidly discusses her career trajectory, including the professional challenges she's faced and the greatest lessons she's learned along the way. she also believes in having a healthy body rather than just being slim. She really works very hard to stay fit and in perfect shape. Take a look into her story, where she gets inspiration, and how she uses Tableau in day to day life.
You probably all know Mr. Handsome Tableau Ambassador David Pires from his extremely friendly attitude.
He's is great with his vizes and always willing to try something new. I had the opportunity of learning a little more about his story, and am happy to be sharing it with you all.Take a look into his story, where he gets inspiration, and how he uses Tableau and learn more about David Pires