Readers: I am hosting Tableau training this week at work. It is always a good feeling watching the newbies working with Tableau and getting excited about how easy and fun it is to be able to visualize their data. Since I never had any formal training with Tableau, I have been sitting in the class […]
Readers: I am humbled and honored for Feedspot to list me as #3 on their Top 50 Data Visualization Blogs List. I am a big fan of Nathan Yau’s FlowingData blog and Robert Kosara’s Eagereyes blogs, which were #1 and #2, respectively. Congratulations to all who are on […]
Have you ever wanted to go looking for the Loch Ness Monster? Or wondered what the Baba Yaga flies around in or even where to find a three-headed dog? We’ve put together 40 of the most spooky night time monsters that will give you a real fright if […]
Republicans were with Nixon until the end — on the eve of his resignation, 59% were opposed to impeachment.
David McCandless and Information Is Beautiful just published their latest infographic, Codebases: Millions of Lines of Code. This infographic depicts the numbers of lines of codes involved in creating some of the most popular modern applications and programs. Is a million lines of code a lot? How many […]
(Photo Above) W.E.B. Du Bois at the 1900 Paris Exposition. (Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers/Library of Congress) Data visualization techniques continue to provide popular tools for everyone from journalists, researchers and corporations to provide a better way to view often dense data and explain complex data […]
Gerrymandering has been part of the political landscape for over 200 years. Yet, many people do not fully understand what it is and it is often difficult to explain. The chart above was adapted by The Washington Post from a similar one that was posted to Reddit back in […]