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It's Politics Month! #VizTheVote

It’s politics month! With the midterm elections coming up at the beginning of November, it seemed like the perfect time to do politics month - #VizTheVote! We will feature a wide-range of politically-themed content this month, from how-to/tutorials to guest blog posts and ...

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Fanalytics 2014: Feed your Passion for Data

One may think that basketball, the Partridge Family, and Seattle street accidents have nothing in common. However, a shared thread between each of these is DATA and the desire to have fun by learning more from the data!
Fanalytics seeks to bring these data-lovers (or ...

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The session that launched a thousand blogs

I had the extreme pleasure of hosting two great Tableau Public panels at TC14 in Seattle this year. The first was called "Making a Viz that Stops Traffic" and I was joined by three Tableau Public all-stars: Dan Montgomery, Paul Banoub, and Anya A'Hearn. We had a great time ...

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Dash Board Top 10

Since joining the Tableau Public team three weeks ago as its first Sports Data Analyst, I have had the enviable job of coming up with interesting visualizations about football data, to herald the beginnings of the NFL and NCAAF seasons. As I am still myself a novice Tableau user, I thought that in this post I would walk through the ...

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Tableau Public and ONA14

Last week the Tableau Public team traveled to the 2014 Online News Association conference in Chicago to talk data driven journalism with journalists, editors, and technologists from around the world. We set up a booth on Thursday morning with the anticipation that we'd lead a few mini training sessions and talk with conference ...

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TC14 Recaps from around the Web

Tableau Conference 2014 closed up just over to weeks ago. If you weren't able to arrive at Destination Data, fear not! We've rounded up a selection of blog posts gathered from around the web so you can live vicariously through these recaps.
Paul Banoub sums up his thoughts from Tableau Conference 2014
"I loved the ...

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Tableau Public is all over #DATA14

If you're a Tableau Public author at the Tableau Conference in Seattle this week, there's good news! There are many ways to get involved and connect with fellow enthusiasts at #DATA14:
1. The Tableau Public focus group
Join us for breakfast on Tuesday morning ...

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Mapping Month Round-up

#MappingMonth has been a huge success! With a wide range of content from tutorials to applications of mapping data in Tableau, we have seen a lot of great work done by the Tableau Public community.
Check out the guest blog posts from this month:

  1. Flight Data in the UK: Craig Bloodworth of The Information Lab maps ...
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4 Quick Design Tips for Maps

Tableau maps are quick and easy to make. Just a few double clicks and your data is displayed geographically. But with a few quick tweaks, you can make your maps even better at displaying your data. Here are 4 easy things to do to make you maps look more readable.
1. Change the background color
Depending on what color ...

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Mapping UK Airspace

Editor's note: This Mapping Month guest blog post was written by Craig Bloodworth of The Information Lab. See it published on The Information Lab's blog here.
As somebody who’s always fascinated by the possibilities & potential of combining mapping and data visualisation knowing somebody who has some fun ...

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