Hello Everyone!For a quick reminder, the #DuBoisChallenge has happened every February since 2021. To celebrate Black History Month and honor the legacy of W.E.B. DuBois, data viz practitioners and enthusiasts from around the globe come together to recreate DuBois' hand-drawn data portraits using modern tools like Tableau, R, and more. Participants are basically given ten portraits and … Continue reading Visualizing DuBois’ Data Portraits – #DuBoisChallenge2023 Recap
#MakeoverMonday 2022 Week 51 – People with No Religious Affiliation.
In this blog, I do a quick run-through of the thought process behind my most recent #MakeoverMonday viz about people with no religious affiliation in the UK.
Why You Should Participate in Tableau’s Vizzie Awards
Do awards really matter? In this post, we look at what the Tableau Vizzies are, why they matter, and why you should consider participating every time.
Creating Color Palettes Using Adobe Color
This post dives deep into Adobes color tool, highlighting three ways we can leverage it in our Tableau Data Visualization. The 40 palettes I made during the exploration are also available inside for your download and use.
House Construction with Tableau Map Layers
Lets build together - By unpacking my "Build Up Nepal" Visualization created for project #VizForSocialGood, we explore how to use map layers and custom shapes to create anything we want in Tableau.
#RWFD Season 2 : Ep. 1 – Call Centers and Tableau
This blog elaborates on points of consideration and the process I went through while re-designing Tableau's Call center Accelerator Dashboard for the #RWFD community project.