Chord diagrams show, in a circular form, the inter-relationships between entities in a matrix. This post describes a method for creating a chord diagram using Tableau Prep and Desktop templates.
This post walks through how to create a drill-down table in Tableau so you can see different levels of granularity at the same time as well as how to create a custom button to go back to the default view.
This blog post walks through some of the design and UX choices in making this visualisation about how different areas of the UK have responded to lockdown.
This blog walks through my process for visualising the 139 thousand records in the Museum of Modern Art's catalogued collection.
This blog posts steps through how to create a two-colour area chart, with a different colour for positive and negative values.
Tableau Metrics enable you to see KPIs and trends of various measures sourced from different dashboards in an easily digestible format that's optimised for mobile.
For this month's #SportsVizSunday and #SWDchallenge I created two radial charts as the basis for a bike themed Tour de France visualisation
2019.2 has been a bumper release with loads of great new features: parameter actions, hide/show containers, vector maps, spatial calculations and lots more. This blog includes a links to a workbook with a number of example use cases.