Pradeep Kumar G Bio Artist/Painter, Logo/Poster Designer, Optimist, Pragmatist, Nature admirer, loves to cook, experiment science and listening to music. In Professional life, I am working as a Senior Consultant with Beinex, India. I always had a passion about Data Visualization, where one was able to explain a concept by means of visuals which makes […]

Source: Sole-Smith, Virginia, What Is the Point of a Period?, Scientific American, May 2019, https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/what-is-the-point-of-a-period/ In an excellent article in Scientific American, Virginia Sole-Smith discusses age-old taboos against menstruation which have led to a lack of research on how women’s cycles work, resulting in serious consequences for their health. In their quest to bring reproductive […]

Source: Tynan DeBold and Dov Friedman, Battling Infectious Diseases in the 20th Century: The Impact of Vaccines, The Wall Street Journal, February 11, 2015, http://graphics.wsj.com/infectious-diseases-and-vaccines/ Image: https://givingcompass.org/article/washington-declares-public-health-emergency-over-measles-outbreak/ With public health officials declaring emergencies related to the current measles outbreak, I thought I would share some data visualizations related to the impact of vaccines on infectious diseases. These […]

Today, I am blogging my one-on-one discussion with Lindsay Betzendahl. Lindsay Betzendahl – Biography Lindsay Betzendahl, a 15-year veteran of the healthcare industry, discovered Tableau after constant frustration with static reports and ineffective chart types she reviewed with hospital providers as a Network Manager. After downloading the free version of Tableau in 2014 and developing use […]

Today, I am blogging my one-on-one discussion with Simon Beaumont. Simon Beaumont – Biography Simon Beaumont is Head of Information, Data Visualizer, and Tableau UK Healthcare User Group co-chair. He is passionate about all things data and Tableau. ​Working in the NHS, he leads a Tableau Centre of Excellence, consisting of 15 analytical staff, supporting improvements […]

Readers: Yes, I have been down this road before. In the past, I have posted infographics about our bodily functions, pee and poop. Here is a new one by Health Works that describes the textures and shades of our poop. Admit it, we have all be curious about this at one point or another in […]

Reader: Grace Wells, Content Manager for Merino Kids, sent me this infographic showing facts about how babies sleep. I thought I would share this with you. If you have a great infographic or data visualization you would like to share, please send me information on it. I like to use my blog as a forum […]