Chris Love Bio Chris has an extensive background in data analysis spanning 10 years; initially working in SAS and SQL, he was asked to evaluate an early version of Alteryx 8 years ago and hasn’t looked back since. Empowered by this new technology, and with an advantage over his peers who were using more traditional […]

Source: –, The Logistics of Santa Claus, Broadstreet, December 25, 2015, http://www.broadsheet.ie/2015/12/25/yu

RJ Andrews is a data storyteller. He is the author of Info We Trust: How to inspire the world with data https://amzn.to/2ryc4gf , a lavish adventure exploring how to inspire the world with data. RJ is the creator of https://infowetrust.com  where you can enjoy many of his award-winning data stories. When not working on his […]

Below is a list of features introduced in Tableau v2019.1 Beta 2. Metadata API – Expose Tableau metadata like never before. The Metadata API is read-only, Admin-Only GraphQL API which enables Admins to ask and answer a number of new questions about their Tableau Server ecosystem such as the following: Field/Column Usage -> What are the fields, […]

Readers: What a difference a day can make! I have added links to over 30 new data visualization blogs for you to peruse. In the screenshot below, you can see how to get to this page from my DataVizBlog homepage or you can use the link below. https://datavizblog.com/my-favorite-data-visualization-blogs-beta/ ATTRIBUTION The additions to this list come primarily from […]

Readers: So, this is my early Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or however you celebrate the holiday season, gift to you. I have updated my Favorite Data Visualization Blog page to include over 100 links to some great sites and insights.  In the screenshot below, you can see how to get to this page from my DataVizBlog […]

Source: Brown, Scott, Remembering “Remember Pearl Harbor”, The Orange County Register, December 7, 2011, https://www.ocregister.com/2011/12/07/remembering-remember-pearl-harbor/. This year, 2018, it has now been 77 years since the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. President Franklin Roosevelt called it “the day that will live in infamy,”  and thrust the United States into World War II. Here’s […]