Readers: Sometimes in life, God throws us a curve ball. As we go through our day-to-day lives, we often forget about the special people around us in our circle of family and friends. We also sometimes take for granted our heroes in life. Kobe Bryant was one of the greatest basketball players of all time. […]

Meera Umasankar Bio Being born and brought up in India, I’ve always wanted to meet people from different countries and enjoy being around people with different culture. That’s when I was lucky enough to land in Middlesex university, London with a scholarship for my undergraduate on Computer Networking. It was an awesome 3 years of […]

Luca Urzi Bio After studying and living in Rome and Paris, Luca earned 4 years of experience as a Web Project manager and Data Analyst in London, also managing to represent his company in Sri Lanka to follow the development of a project. Nowadays, Luca is working as a Tableau Consultant for the Information Lab […]

Ratnesh Pandey Bio Deputy Manager – Data Visualization, at InfoCepts, Singapore Ratnesh is Deputy Manager – Data Visualization at InfoCepts. In this role, he works to democratize analytics across the organization by enabling intuitive and user-friendly data visualization solutions. He has over ten years of professional experience in the graphics, UI/UX design, and data visualization. […]

Update: I have had several requests recently for the Tableau Workbook I used in this blog post. I have just posted the workbook on Tableau Public. You can see it by clicking here. Since it is on Tableau Public, it will currently be v2019.2. If you need an earlier version, please e-mail me at tableau@cox.net. […]

Tableau 2019.3 Beta was announced at the Tableau Conference in Berlin this past week. Here are a few of the new features coming soon. Explain Data Explain Data gives you explanations for unexpected values in your data with a single click. Available as you’re creating a viz or dashboard, Explain Data uses powerful Bayesian methods […]

Joshua Smith Bio My path into data visualization is like many others: convoluted, messy, and more akin to sailor becoming shipwrecked in a new land than a Captain elegantly following the stars. I’ve worked in retail, food service, ministry, recycling, and analytics. I’ve dropped out of grad school twice, a folklore program and a bio-statistics […]