I just completed my #MakeOverMonday 2019.31 entry. Here is the link to it on Tableau Public. NOTE: I accidentally deleted this post while creating my post for Week 32. This was my experiment with a Hexbin Map. I really was not using Christmas colors; I was trying to use Orange and Light Grey. Not sure […]

I just completed my #MakeOverMonday 2019.32 entry. Here is the link to it on Tableau Public. The next few weeks are going to be very hectic for me as we are moving after 20 years of living in our house. It is both exciting and sad at the same time. But, I am committed to […]

I just completed my #MakeOverMonday 2019.30 entry. Here is the link to it on Tableau Public. Kept it simple this week. Adding all the player head-shot images and country flag images was a bit of a pain, but I eventually prevailed. Attribution to Luca Urzi ( @LucaUrzi) at The Information Lab Italia. Luca’s Tableau Public […]

I just completed my #MakeOverMonday 2019.29 entry. Here is the link to it on Tableau Public. Super focused this week. I knew what I wanted to do and found the inspiration in the NYC Rat Sightings Tableau Public workbook created by Brian Graves (@NewPrediction). You can see Brian’s workbook by clicking here. I also give […]

I just completed my #MakeOverMonday 2019.28 entry. Here is the link to it on Tableau Public. I was very focused this week. After reviewing the data, I decided I wanted to try to create this as a Trellis Chart. I looked at several trellis chart examples on Tableau Public, and decided to use one created […]

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 […]

Source: Raza, Sheeraz, Martin Luther King, Jr.: Quotes And Infographic, ValueWalk.com, January 18, 2015, https://www.valuewalk.com/2015/01/martin-luther-king-jr-quotes-infographic/ Readers: Today marks the 51st anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s assassination. I was a very young boy when he was assassinated, and remember the sadness the nation felt with his passing. This infographic from ValueWalk.com tells the story […]