Will Strouse Bio Will’s data-viz journey began after graduating from Saint Anslem College in Manchester, NH with a degree in Criminal Justice, focusing on Criminology. His goal was to become an F.B.I. criminal profiler. While waiting for that dream to come true, he took any job he could find; selling cars, tiling, a start-up laundry […]

Readers: Previously, The Financial Times Graphics team created the Visual Vocabulary to help provide us good choices when we need to create data visualizations. From Dr. Andrew Abela, who in 2009 released his diagram, titled “Chart Suggestion—A Thought Starter” to Stephen Few who has provided us chart choice guidance over the years, we have been searching for the grail or wisdom […]

Ann Jackson Bio Jackson Two is headed by Ann Jackson, our chief Analytics Evangelist.  Ann is an experienced and passionate individual with a rich and extensive background in data visualization, exploratory data analysis, data communication, and business process improvement.  She is an expert at taking multiple data sources, finding meaningful connections between them, and communicating out […]

Readers:Today I am blogging my interview with Jeffrey (Jeff) A. Shaffer, one of the most prolific Tableau knowledge and information sharers in the Tableau Community. Jeff is the Chief Operating Officer and Vice President of Information Technology and Analytics at Unifund. He is also Adjunct Professor at the University of Cincinnati teaching Data Visualization where […]

Steve Wexler Steve Wexler publishes the blog Data Revelations ( http://www.datarevelations.com ). He is a Certified Tableau Trainer who has developed thousands of interactive data visualizations.  As Director of Research and Emerging Technologies for The eLearning Guild, Steve designed, developed, and managed the world’s largest e-Learning data collection and analysis laboratory.  As Director of Research Systems for […]