Monthly Archives: June 2017


Tableau Pointed Rings 5

In September 2016, I wrote a tutorial titled Tableau Rings which was a step-by-step guide to create a Radial Bar Chart. To my surprise, this tutorial went on to be my top Tableau blog, and my third most read blog, yes, I have a blog on Salsa Dancing which is read by thousands and right now […]

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Dot Matrix Tutorial

A friend messaged me to asked he could create a grid layout for different visualisations, for example a 3×3 grid. I immediately thought about a Dot Matrix visualisation and how I could create this in Tableau. In this seriously quick tutorial, I will go through the steps to create such a visualisation. […]


Rounded Progress Bar 8

In my free time I try to build a few web applications, this is an essential part of my personal learning and attempt to keep relevant. Having an application that delivers great functionality is great, but what really sells it is a great looking set of dashboards so you can monitor your business; a way to […]

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Double, Spaced Doughnut Chart: UK Election 2017 6

After the United Kingdom 2017 General Election, on Thursday 8th June 2017, I had many conservations about our First Past The Post system (FPTP), and why we do not have a Proportional Representation (PR). In the UK FPTP system, we have 650 individual battlegrounds, each representing one seat, the party with […]