Here is my #MakeoverMonday for Week 4. Inspiration by Maria Brock. Here is the link to my dataviz for this week on Tableau Public.

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 […]

Maria Brock Bio My name is Maria Brock, I was born in Michigan but consider myself a Virginia native as I’ve spent most of my life near the Washington D.C. area. I’m a senior at George Mason University studying to get my Bachelor of Science in Economics and minoring in Data Analytics. I’m a Tableau […]

Takafumi Shukuya Bio After graduating University from the Faculty of Commerce, I started my career as a network system engineer at a communication company in Japan. My job was to define requirements, design, build, and maintain my customer’s network system, and I had NEVER heard of “Tableau” at the time. In September 2018, I was […]

Allen Hillery Bio My name is Allen Hillery and I’m an adjunct associate at Columbia University at the School of Professional Studies’ Applied Analytics Program where I teach Storytelling with Data. I’m a freelance writer as well as writer at Nightingale a Medium Publication of the Data Visualization Society. I have a Bachelor’s of Engineering […]

Here is my #MakeoverMonday for Week 3. Inspiration by Lisa Rapp. Here is the link to my dataviz for this week on Tableau Public.

I really liked this chart from Visual Capitalist and thought I would share. It was created by Paul Schmelzing, visiting scholar at the Bank of England (BOE), and shows how global real interest rates have experienced an average annual decline of -0.0196% (-1.96 basis points) throughout the past eight centuries. Source: Dorothy Neufeld, Visualizing the 700-Year […]