Mark Bradbourne Bio Mark Bradbourne has worked in the data warehousing and business intelligence arena since being introduced to the practice in 1997. He has worked on the complete life cycle but enjoys the “user-facing” roles most including requirements gathering, visualization, reporting and user training. He has worked for many companies across many industries including […]

Readers: Here are screenshots of my slides from last Thursday’s Tableau Fringe Festival – APAC. We are launching the new Follow Your Money (FYM) next Friday, August 24th, so please check it out then. The link is on the last slide. My thanks to Bridget Cogley, Joshua Milligan, Tim Messar and the Tableau Technical Support […]

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 […]

Kevin Flerlage Bio Kevin Flerlage has 12 years of professional experience in data analytics and is genuinely passionate about data.  However, data is only part of his role as a Senior Consultant at Cardinal Health.  Kevin sits at his customer’s site and manages the relationship between his company and his customer.  This often comes in […]

Readers: Last week, I published various infographics, diagrams and photographs that were published as part of the story regarding where the boys and their coach were in the Thai cave. Here are infographics, diagrams and photographs related to the actual rescue effort that were published in many newspapers, both print and digital. I thought I […]

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: 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: This media bias chart is from the website, All Generalizations are False. The author, Vanessa, is a practicing patent attorney in the Denver, Colorado area, and she has a B.A. in English from UCLA and a J.D. from the University of Denver. She describes herself as not a journalist by training and does not claim […]

Readers: Last Friday, I was given the opportunity to present at the Tableau Fringe Festival – EMEA. I wanted to share my presentation slides with you and have posted them sequentially in this blog post. I want to thank the #TFFEMEA team for providing me this opportunity and for providing 12 hours of pure bliss content […]

Readers: For this Tableau Secrets blog post, someone else has already done the heavy lifting, so I am going to refer you to his web site, Data + Science. Back in July 2014, Jeffrey Shaffer wrote a blog post Tooltip Canvas in Tableau – A Mockup for Chart Functionality within Tooltips based on an idea he added to […]