Many data scientists have years of higher education invested in becoming one. In their professional work life, they have had to probably go through many rings of fire before elevated to the title of data scientist in their organizations. Based on personal experience, reading through college curriculums, blog posts from data scientists, research companies’ papers […]

Readers: Last week, I taught an internal Tableau Desktop class at work. Usually, before I started a particular topic, I would go out to various data visualization blogs and show the class some examples of workbooks created by some of the Tableau community. On the last day of class, the group asked if I could […]

Readers: Here are screenshots of my slides from last Thursday’s Tableau Fringe Festival – APAC. We are launching the new Follow Your Money (FYM) next Friday, August 24th, so please check it out then. The link is on the last slide. My thanks to Bridget Cogley, Joshua Milligan, Tim Messar and the Tableau Technical Support […]

Readers: Today, I am blogging my roundtable discussion with Bridget Cogley and Joshua Milligan. Bridget Cogley Bridget started her professional career as an American Sign Language interpreter.  She loved it, did a fair bit of medical and post-secondary interpreting, and enjoyed analyzing language.  Bridget feels it set the stage for what she does now. Since interpreting, […]