Best of the Tableau Web: Sweet Iron Viz feeder entries, curvy timelines, and more
Hello and welcome to the monthly roundup of the Tableau community’s blog posts.
Last month we saw the results of the second 2018 Iron Viz feeder. I asked people to blog about their entries, and thank you to everyone who did. Getting a behind-the-scenes look at the excellent pieces of work is extremely helpful for everyone hoping to improve their Tableau skills. Annabelle Rincon’s breakdown of her entry covered everything from design, to Tableau tips and the “gotchas” she experienced. Mark Bradbourne and Curtis Harris also shared their personal stories behind their work. Kevin Flerlage and Klaus Schulte went into great detail about the challenges of pushing beyond Tableau’s boundaries. And finally, Sarah Bartlett and Chris Love had some very informative reflections on the entire process.
The third Iron Viz feeder is on the subject of water, and is running until the 28th of August. I highly recommend you get involved—and, if you do, I’d love to read about how you built your entry! (Note: Iron Viz-related blogs don’t affect your score.)
Meanwhile, whatever the topic, if it’s about Tableau, keep on blogging.
mikevizneros Zen Student
VizWiz Financial Times Visual Vocabulary: Tableau Edition
Data vs Food NBA Spending and the Salary Cap – Data vs Food
Data Revelations Is this better than a Jitterplot? Could be
Jackson Two Building Out Your Analytics Brand
VisualisingHE Finding a story in Europe’s over-qualification Rates
learningtableaublog #TakeapartTuesday Sarah Bartlett OECD Paid Maternity Leave
Tips and tricks
Pablo Saenz de Tejada Filter outliers in Tableau calculating the Distance to IQR
Ryan Sleeper How to Equalize Year Over Year Dates on One Axis in Tableau
Nils Macher Tableau Tip: Sets and combined Sets part II
Les Vis Market Basket Analysis Tableau – How To Find Products to Cross Sell Together
Vizible Difference Getting around Count Distinct in a secondary data source
Viz Simply What I learned from WoW 2017 W1
johnkeltz How to: Query Tableau profile api and graph view counts
Timo Tautenhahn Tableau Photo Booth