Will Strouse Bio Will’s data-viz journey began after graduating from Saint Anslem College in Manchester, NH with a degree in Criminal Justice, focusing on Criminology. His goal was to become an F.B.I. criminal profiler. While waiting for that dream to come true, he took any job he could find; selling cars, tiling, a start-up laundry […]

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 […]

Readers: I just added four new entries to My Favorite Data Analytics & Data Visualization Blogs list. They are Spencer Baucke, Donna Coles, Edwin Singh, and Nadieh Bremer. There are now 160 blogs in my list. In the screenshot below, you can see how to get to this page from my DataVizBlog homepage or you can use […]

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. […]

With me starting my new job with USAA last week, I decided it was time for me to become more involved in the opportunities out there for us to improve our data analysis, data visualization and Tableau skills. For me, this meant starting to participate in #MakeOverMonday. For the record, I have never participated in […]

Katie Fontenot Wagner Bio Besides being a proud Cajun and a lover of puzzles, I can typically be found exploring the country and evangelizing Tableau. Data has enabled me to piece together solutions through visualizations. My passion is enabling talented individuals to pursue advancement of skills and encourage growth within their organizations. I dream of […]

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. […]