I just completed my #MakeOverMonday 2019.31 entry.

Here is the link to it on Tableau Public.

NOTE: I accidentally deleted this post while creating my post for Week 32.

This was my experiment with a Hexbin Map. I really was not using Christmas colors; I was trying to use Orange and Light Grey. Not sure what happened.

Attribution to Andy Kriebel at the Information Lab UK. Here is his VizWiz blog post I followed to create my Hexbin Map.

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.

That’s it for this week!

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