Readers: I have another guest post from another one of my co-workers, David Timm. David loves to learn new things and has really taken a tiger by the tail with Tableau. Using his expertise in SharePoint, David has our City business partners real excited by the reports he has been developing for them. David Timm is […]

Readers: Recently I participated in the MOOC, Data Exploration and Storytelling: Finding Stories in Data with Exploratory Analysis and Visualization which was taught by Alberto Cairo and Heather Krause. This course was a MOOC-style course from the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas at The University of Texas – Austin. I have previously attend two […]

Jorge Camoes (photo, right) of excelcharts.com, posted an interesting blog the other day about chart classification.  A few weeks ago, Jorge needed a classification of chart types for his upcoming book, and reinventing the wheel was the last thing he wanted to do. He started with Andrew Abela’s well-known classification and the Juice Analytics version. It was a good starting […]