I just completed my #MakeOverMonday 2019.32 entry.

Here is the link to it on Tableau Public.

The next few weeks are going to be very hectic for me as we are moving after 20 years of living in our house. It is both exciting and sad at the same time. But, I am committed to providing an entry each week this year even if I have to create it sitting in a Starbucks because I might have no Internet yet at home.

I decided to use a horizontal stacked bar chart and a simple Set where I had coal versus every other type of energy source. In a previous entry Eva and Sarah commented on me not having to include an image on the upper right corner of the dashboard as it was not necessary, but with my “Kick coal to the curb” title and finding a boot on a shovel in a bed of coal, I could not resist it. Apologies in advance.

That’s it for this week!

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