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Data to the People: The Tableau Visualisation Challenge

The datacurious can use this time to enter Tableau's infographic competition. The goal of the competition is to create the best data visualization. Entries should be submitted by email to editor@dataconomy.com, and will be posted to Dataconomy where they will be judged by a community of true data lovers. The most popular share by social impact, wins. Apart from the spirit of competition, participation also allows you to get your feet wet and see what you can do with data visualization. If you consider yourself a data pro, you can also see how your graphics measure up. The winning designer will receive a full 6 month Tableau license, business or individual.

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