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 […]
Source: The Greatest Team, Oh Baby! The Ultimate Guide to Contraception [Infographic], Greatist.com, December 21, 2012, http://greatist.com/health/ultimate-guide-contraception.
The water crisis in Flint has affected the lives of thousands of people in Michigan. Blood lead testing results of people living in the Flint area have shown a substantial rise in the blood lead levels of residents since the city switched its water supply from Detroit to the Flint River in April 2014. Doctors […]
The Earliest Spot Map of All Dr. John Snow did not draw a map until December, 1854; the first spot map was produced in September of that year by Edmund Cooper, an engineer for the Metropolitan Commission of Sewers (see map below). Cooper’s investigation resulted from public complaints linking the sewers to the cholera outbreak. Rumors […]