Dr. Klaus Schulte is a Professor in the Department of Economics of Münster University of Applied Sciences in Germany. His teaching and research area is Business Administration with a focus on Management Accounting. In less than a year, Dr. Schulte went from being a Tableau newbie to becoming the European IronViz Champion. His other work […]

Readers: I have been a big fan of Charles Apple’s work for a long time. I have blogged about him and his work in the past (see “Charles Apple” in my Categories on the right or do a search for “Charles Apple” on my blog). Charles Apple (photo, right) is a visual journalist, instructor, and blogger.  Charles is a […]

The field of Data Science and the role of a Data Scientist are hot commodities right now. IBM predicts the demand for Data Scientist will increase 28% by the year 2020. [14] Demand is so high in fact, that in the screenshot below, I show an advertisement from one of many companies that offer data […]

Readers: In today’s blog post, I am showcasing infographics related to the School to Prison Pipeline. Per their website, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is committed to challenging the “school-to-prison pipeline,” a disturbing national trend wherein children are funneled out of public schools and into the juvenile and criminal justice systems. Many of these […]

Readers: Xan Gregg (photo below) posted all of the color scales used in the National Climate Assessment Volumes 1 & 2 on Twitter. I thought these were quite interested and wanted to share them with you. I encourage you to visit Xan on Twitter. Here is his link: https://twitter.com/xangregg I also encourage you to visit […]

So, yesterday and today seem to have evolved into the famous scene in the original 1968 Planet of the Apes movie starring Charleston Heston, where his character, Astronaut George Taylor, declares the cages and the world surrounding him to be “A madhouse.” In examing the turnover of the current presidential cabinet and cabinet-level positions to […]