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Wiki Data Contest Entries

We had lots of great entries to the Wiki Data Viz Contest! While we send these to our internal panel of expert judges to pick the overall winner, explore the entries below by click on the screenshots and vote for your Crowd Favorite by tweeting using their special hashtags!

Adam McCann


Alexandria Duke


Ben Fox


Brian Prestidge


Carl Allchin


Chris Love


Chris Cox


Chris Cox (Second Entry)


Chris Toomey


Craig Dewar


Curtis Harris


Curtis Harris (Second Entry)


David Newman


Jeff Ingram


Jess Melville


Jonathan Trajkovic


Joshua Tapley


KK Molugu


Matt Chambers


Maxime Kehon


Murat Kazanci


Murat Kazanci (Second Entry)


Neil Charles


Nelson Davis


Nick Bignell


Paul Banoub


Prasanth Ram Jaganathan


Rob Austin


Robert Rouse


Robert Rouse (Second Entry)


Robert Radburn


Russell Spangler


Sean Reynolds


Shine Pulikathara


Stephen Wagner


Stephen Wagner


Stephen Mitchell


Steve Fenn


Steven Rouk


Stewart Pickering


Taru Gupta


Thomas McCullough


Uday Shar


Wes Strait


William Aubrey


William Aubrey (Second Entry)


Voting is open until Thursday, March 26th at 11:59pm Pacific Time. The winner of the Crowd Favorite prize, as well as the overall winner, will be announced on Friday. Happy voting!

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Wiki Data Contest Entries

We had lots of great entries to the Wiki Data Viz Contest! While we send these to our internal panel of expert judges to pick the overall winner, explore the entries below by click on the screenshots and vote for your Crowd Favorite by tweeting using their special hashtags!
Adam McCann
Tweet #wikiAdam

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Using Tableau to Bust Sports Myths

This is the third blog post in our Sports Month series. Matt Chambers and Matt Cobb both work at Clemson University. Chambers is a Data Architect and Cobb is a Data Analyst.
Matt Cobb and myself both had the amazing opportunity to attend Tableau Conference 2014.  We ...

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Tableau and Sports Journalism

This is the second blog post in our Sports Month series. Matt Montgomery is a sports journalist at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
"Become an expert in a particular area, rather than just be a generalist who can write a little bit about a lot of stuff,”- Dave Cameron, managing editor of FanGraphs.com.
As a ...

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Welcome to Sports Month

Every spring, for sports fans, two words signal the end of one season and the beginning of another: Selection Sunday. The sports purgatory that is the weeks following the Super Bowl - featuring only the doldrums of the NBA and NHL regular seasons - officially comes to an end with those two glorious words, heralding the beginning of ...

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Use Tableau to hack your bracket

This is the first blog post in our Sports Month series. Jay Lewis is a financial data analyst who runs the blog 64to1
Winning a March Madness pool is often a matter of picking a reasonably probable path that can separate your bracket from the pack.
To help out on that front, here’s a matchup guide in Tableau that’ll ...

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Tableau and Twitter with a dash of Python

Editor's note: As part of #DataInTheWild we are excited to have one of Tableau's resident Python gurus Eric Hannell contributing this guest blog post for us.
Hi, I'm Eric and I'm a Product Consultant here at Tableau.
I love Tableau, and I am ...

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Roundup of Tableau Public's Data in the Wild Sources

February is #DataInTheWild month at Tableau Public. In today's digital world, data really is all around us. These days when you walk down the street to buy milk from the grocery store, you generate data with your fitbit. When you fall asleep after a long day at work, you ...

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Webinar: Import.io Live at Tableau

On Thursday 19 February we were lucky enough to have Alex Gimson the Community Evangelist at Import.io host a webinar in the Tableau offices in London. Alex demonstrated each of import.io’s four data extraction tools (for an overview of each tool check out Alex’s guest ...

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Excavating Data Gems from Wikipedia

It wasn't that long ago that I was in college being warned by my teachers not to use Wikipedia to do research for papers. Believing that academics were often too cautious and afraid when it comes to technology, I ignored them. The trick was looking at the footnotes of the ...

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Instantly Turn Web Pages into Data with Import.io

Editor's note: As part of #DataInTheWild we are excited to have a master at extracting data from the web,Alex Gimson the Community Evangelist at import.io, contributing this guest blog post for us.
Want to turn the web into data? My name ...

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