Source: Graphic News, https://www.graphicnews.com/ Image: ABC News, https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-04-16/notre-dame-cathedral-paris-engulfed-by-fire-roof-collapses/11018158 Readers: Yesterday was a heartbreaking day. A catastrophic fire engulfed the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, gutting and destroying the landmark’s spire. I was fortunate to visit the cathedral back in 2013, and, like the rest of the world, am sadden by this event. But, France will […]

Tableau 2019.2 Beta 2 is now available! Tableau Software just announced that Tableau 2019.2 Beta 2 is now available on their beta site. Check out the new features in this final beta release (which means we should be seeing v2019.2 GA real soon, I hope!). You can join Tableau’s Pre-Release program at https://prerelease.tableau.com where you can […]

Alicia F. Bembenek Bio Alicia has spent her entire career teaching others and working with data. She has a PhD in social psychology and was a psychology professor and researcher before discovering her passion for the field of data visualization. Although Alicia’s roles and titles have changed over the years, her interest in both teaching […]

Readers: I am continuing blogging about the many great and informative tweets from Malofiej27. Today, I am showcasing the graphical recordings drawn by Katherine Haugh at Malofiej27. Katherine Haugh is an evaluator and a graphic recorder. She currently lives and works in Washington, D.C. Ms. Haugh recently created a website which can be found here. […]

Marc Reid Bio Marc Reid is an Independent Tableau Developer based in London helping clients make the most of Tableau. Marc has a software engineering and business analysis background but more recently studied for MSc in Business Intelligence to focus his career in the area of data and analytics.  He went on to join The […]

Source: Marris, Emma, How rats became an inescapable part of city living, National Geographic Magazine, April 2019. Photographs By Charlie Hamilton James Link: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2019/04/rats-are-an-inescapable-part-of-city-life/?cmpid=org=ngp::mc=crm-email::src=ngp::cmp=Editorial::add=Animals_20190321::rid=36624939695 I remembering reviewing all of the Rat Sightings in New York City data visualizations that were created during Week 27 of Make Over Monday. National Geographic just published a great story […]

This article was originally published in the March 2019 of National Geographic Magazine. Here is also a link to the article on their web site. Ever since I was a young boy, I have had a fascination with elephants. Also, as a young boy, I would flip through the pages of our monthly National Geographic […]