Readers: It has been a while since I have discussed some of the latest creative thoughts on data visualization from Stephen Few. I have read all of Steve’s books, attended several classes from him, and religiously follow his blog and newsletter on his website, Perceptual Edge. For those of you who don’t know, Stephen Few […]

Readers: It has been a while since I have discussed some of the latest creative thoughts on data visualization from Stephen Few. I have read all of Steve’s books, attended several classes from him,  and religiously follow his blog and newsletter on his website, Perceptual Edge. For those of you who don’t know, Stephen Few is the Founder & […]

Introduction Starting with MicroStrategy Analytics Enterprise 9.4.1, Report Services documents can contain grids with objects coming from more than one dataset. Multiple Datasets in a Single Grid/Graph/Widget Object in MicroStrategy Web 9.4 [2] Users now have the ability to add attributes and/or metrics from multiple datasets to a single grid, graph, or widget. For example, if Dataset #1 […]

Readers: I read this blog post from Dorie Clark back in March. I keep notes on interesting blogs and articles I come across and wanted to share this one with you regards the importance of data visualization. Dorie Clark is a marketing strategist and professional speaker who teaches at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. […]

Readers: I read this blog post from Dorie Clark back in March. I keep notes on interesting blogs and articles I come across and wanted to share this one with you regards the importance of data visualization. Dorie Clark is a marketing strategist and professional speaker who teaches at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. […]

Airlines Charge Thousands Extra for a Few Inches of Legroom on Long Flights For most fliers, the ideal seat on a flight is usually in first or business class. However, for airlines, the sweet spot on long-haul flights is, increasingly, farther back in the plane. A new hybrid class, called premium economy, is appearing on […]

Photo by Jesse Means Note: This is first from Pete Warden’s Blog titled Why You Should Never Trust a Data Scientist and then John Burn-Murdoch‘s article in The Guardian Why you should never trust a data visualization. I encourage you to first read Pete’s blog and then come back and read John’s article below. Best […]