Source: Katie Jones, The COVID-19 Impact on App Popularity, Visual Capitalist, May 4, 2020, https://www.visualcapitalist.com/covid-19-impact-on-app-popularity/. Per Katie Jones in Visual Capitalist, The COVID-19 Impact on App Popularity Pandemic-induced social isolation has altered the relationship consumers have with technology. With the physical world now slowly receding, consumers are suddenly more reliant on apps for communication, shopping, […]

Fred Najjar Bio Fred works as a BI Specialist @ JLL in Sydney. Fred has always been amazed by the power of data visualization long before his career started in Data Analytics. During his study for his data science degree Fred was exposed to lots of visualisations and graphs that were very hard to interpret […]

Readers, One of my favorite sources for infographics is The South China Morning Post. They have created a wonderful infographic that explains Covid-19 in great visual detail. Here is the link. I thought I would post about one aspect of this story: the animal meats where the virus may have originated. The outbreak has been […]

A week late (again), but here is my #MakeoverMonday for Week 49. Inspiration by the incredible Meera Umasankar. Updated 12/14/2019: Per feedback from Eva Murray, Sarah Bartlett, Charlie Hutcheson, and Meera Umasankar, I changed the background color from the LOUD blue to a lighter gray. I also added a sub-title over the line chart stating […]

This week I decided I wanted to experiment with Shapes in Tableau. I cannot help but think of big bags of money when I think of politics these days. I went to the Noun Project and found a bag of money with the UK Pound Sterling image. I showed the bags of money, the amounts […]

This week I decided I wanted to experiment with Slope Charts. The slope chart is the line chart’s fraternal twin. Line charts display three or more points in time while slope charts display exactly two points in time. Defined by Edward Tufte in his 1983 book The Visual Display of Quantitative Information, this type of […]

I am slowly catching up on my #MakeoverMonday entries. San Francisco is one of my favorite cities. I recently saw a news special about this particular issue, and it frustrates me that this is happening to the elderly and poor. San Francisco housing and rental rates are ridiculously high, and if there is money to […]