Following my Tableau politics contest entry, here is another view I had developed but which I didn’t include in the already full dashboard. In the main view I have tried to show how the values of candidates relate to those of the French. It’s difficult to convey that graphically when these values are determined by [...]
Archive for month: September, 2012
what led me to those choices I was technically happy of my entry for the sports contest. I had done what I wanted: obtain a hard-to-find, interesting dataset, attempt to create an exotic, hard-to-make and never-tableau’d-before shape with aesthetic appeal and insights. Yet the rules stated that the entries shall be judged on the story-telling [...]
Here is my entry for the Tableau 2012 politics contest. Source of the data: Economic statistics from OECD, opinion data from TNS Sofres. Making-of and explanation post to follow.
Back when I started learning programming, it was always fairly simple to achieve the canonical first step of accomplishments, that is, to get the system to announce that you are ready to do more by displaying “hello world” on the screen. In most systems then, there was a command prompt somewhere that would usually do [...]