Readers: Well, I finally added all those blogs I have been saving to my list. I have changed the name of this list to include Data Analytics to better reflect the theme of many of these blogs. In the screenshot below, you can see how to get to this page from my DataVizBlog homepage or you can […]

I wanted to share an interesting data visualization experiment that Susie Lu is doing in her spare time for fun. Susie Lu is a Senior Data Visualization Engineer with Netflix. She has been doing some data visualization prototypes with grocery receipts. The grocery receipts are made with thermal printing; no ink is used. The prototypes […]

Readers: So, this is my early Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or however you celebrate the holiday season, gift to you. I have updated my Favorite Data Visualization Blog page to include over 100 links to some great sites and insights.  In the screenshot below, you can see how to get to this page from my DataVizBlog […]

Readers: Last week, I taught an internal Tableau Desktop class at work. Usually, before I started a particular topic, I would go out to various data visualization blogs and show the class some examples of workbooks created by some of the Tableau community. On the last day of class, the group asked if I could […]

Readers: My Data Visualization blog was named the #3 blog for the second year in a row by Feedspot. Here is the link to their list. https://blog.feedspot.com/data_visualization_blogs/ I do not have a Facebook presence for my blog and less than 1,000 followers, but I get 300-800 visitors a day depending on what I post. I […]

Readers: I am continuing my recap blog posts of the Tableau Fringe Festival. Today, I am going to review Chris Scott’s (photo, right) presentation, Listen: Social Media Analytics. I hope you are enjoying these recap posts. If I am leaving any content out that you want me to include, please let me know. Thanks and […]

Readers: Start of soapbox. I am a strong supporter of the Second Amendment and believer in the right to bear arms. But, back in the 1700s in the early U.S. founding States, I do not think our forefathers were thinking of citizens stockpiling weapons that can kill mass amounts of people in a few seconds […]