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, post the link to twitter with the hashtag #MakeoverMonday and start a dialogue with other Tableau enthusiast.
I have received some great feedback and learnt a few tips and tricks along the way so here are my last three entries. Click on the image to interact with the Visualisation on Tableau Public.
WOMEN IN US STATE LEGISLATURE 2016
This visualisation shows each state and the under representation of women within the US State Legislature compared to population. I saw the adoption gap visualisation a while ago and wanted an excuse to do something similar.
FROM MILLIONAIRES TO BILLIONAIRES
This visualisation shows the ages the listed people became millionaires, billionaires and the number of years the two. This visualisation also has several sorting mechanisms that allows you to see the data from a different angle.
UK FOOTBALL WAGES
This simple set of Doughnut chart highlights the change in UK Football wages over the last 30 years. As you can see, for the first division this is a crazy amount and given the premiere leagues new TV deal this could go up even more.
NORTH AMERICA PEAK INTERNET USAGE
I am responsible for managing all areas of Tableau at JUST EAT including: infrastructure and upgrades, end user training, best practices and being a Tableau evangelist. I used the North America Internet Usage chart to start a debate within the JUST EAT developer community about Doughnut vs Bar Charts.
To learn more about #MakeoverMonday’s click HERE