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SEATTLE – Nov. 15, 2011 – Tableau Software today announced the top 100 visualizations for Tableau Public in Q3 2011. Tableau ranks the top 100 by viewing sessions and online interactions, with this quarter showing sports trending across the group. The return of football season brought a pack of pigskin visualizations to the top of the list, including CBSSports’ fantasy football draft prep tool by Jamey Eisenberg in first place. The number two viz, by Grantland’s Derek Jacoby, exposed the most inept quarterbacks in the NFL.
The Wall Street Journal reporters authored the top four most interactive visualizations. Interactivity indicates how frequently viewers clicked on the visualization to get additional information or to make the data more relevant to their points of view. Jovi Juan’s look at post office closings led the way with a record 86 percent interactivity. Juan also created the second most interactive viz, examining the rebound in home prices. Mike Sullivan and Chris Canipe’s respective explorations of Borders Bookstore closings and unemployment duration both posted interactivity ratings of more than 75 percent.
The quarter's top visualizations are striking for the breadth of subjects covered:
"These visualizations tell incredibly compelling stories," said Elissa Fink, chief marketing officer at Tableau. "They are among the most ambitious, best designed vizzes we’ve seen yet. We continue to be impressed and inspired by our authors."
Congratulations to Steve Wexler of Data Revelations for winning the Iron Viz Championship at the Tableau Customer Conference 2011 in Las Vegas. Wexler, who qualified for the contest by winning another Tableau Public visualization competition, defeated Alex Kerin and David Newman in a 20 minute competition to visualize Initial Public Offering (IPO) data. His visualization showed that Wall Street insiders seemed to be the biggest short-term winners in the IPO process. Wexler, however, profited handsomely from his visualizing, winning the $2,000 grand prize and an iPad.
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