Sankey Diagram for Cohorts 2

In my previous roles I have had the need to visualize cohorts i.e. for all the people that became members or subscribers who many are still with us and how many have moved on. There are many ways of visualizing this information but I have found a Sankey Diagram very […]


US College Tuition

For #MakeoverMonday on Monday 2nd May 2016 the challenge was to build a Tableau Dashboard based on US College Tuition. I do like Tableau’s mapping functionality but saw several examples of Tableau Hexagon Maps and thought I would give it a try. Before you start I would recommend checking out the Dashboard on […]


Women in US Legislature 2016 Exercise sheet 2

For #MakeoverMonday on Monday 18th April 2016 I decided to build a fun and interactive Tableau dashboard based on the number of Women in US Legislature 2016. I have always looked for a reason to mimic one of the first Tableau Dashboards that impressed me, The Adoption Gap, and since I […]


Tableau #MakeoverMonday

Tableau #MakeoverMonday is a fantastic initiative organised by Andy Kriebel @WizVizBI and gives the fun challenge of face lifting a chart using Tableau. Whenever I have a free moment I always participate in #MakeoverMonday’s to build something new and fun; the best part of this exercise is that you can publish your visualisation up to Tableau Public, […]


Google Material Design Palette

This information has been taken from the official Google Material Design Website. For more information click HERE Material Design Goals Create a visual language that synthesizes classic principles of good design with the innovation and possibility of technology and science. Develop a single underlying system that allows for a unified […]


Tableau Love Doughnuts

Doughnuts and Pies Charts are not always the best tool to visualise information but can be great in the right circumstances.  In Tableau, Doughnuts do not come out of the box but are quite simple to make. Using the Sample Tableau Data Sets we are going to go through the creation […]