Looking for examples of what you can do with correctly-formatted data and Tableau? Here’s an example of how you can show sentiment. The viz below shows the percentage of people who believe things are better off now than when they were children.
This divergent lollipop chart shows positive and negative sentiment (source: PBS, Point Taken).
And this example of a personalized dashboard shows one employee’s performance compared with that of his or her peers.
This dashboard shows an individual’s performance versus that of his or her peers. The manager can select the individual from the pick list in the upper-right corner.
We’ve added many more new examples to the whitepaper, including ways to visualize check-all-that-apply questions, Likert-scale questions, Net Promoter Score questions, and techniques to show statistical significance.
If you’re going to go to the effort to build and deploy a great survey (or surveys), why rely on underpowered analytic tools and their attendant visualizations to glean and share insights?
There is so much more you can achieve, from discovering new relationships through ad hoc analysis to combining disparate data sources with blending, to crafting infinitely more interesting and insightful visualizations.
With a little work to get the data set up properly and with the right tools to interrogate and visualize your data, you’ll get a better, deeper understanding of your users.
To learn more about visualizing survey data, check out our updated whitepaper.
Steve Wexler will present an online class on visualization survey data on June 15 and June 16. Click here for details.