This week’s #MakeOverMonday is in the books (so to speak). I have not read any of James Patterson’s books, but he is a prolific author. I created a simple vertical bar chart. To help validate my data, I used a list of books written by Mr. Patterson to compare the data against, and included the link in the title of my workbook.

I feel I was kind of lazy last week in not showing the “other/unknown” responses for the Seasons workbook. It bugged me all week, so I wanted to mention it here. Ideally, we should show 100% parts-to-whole for each row and column.

Here is the link to my dataviz for this week on Tableau Public.

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#MakeoverMonday, Andy Kriebel, Books, datafam, Dataviz, Eva Murray, Infographics, Sarah Bartlett, Tableau, Tableau Forums and Blogs, Tableau Fringe Festival, Tableau Public

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