Inequality

Sometimes finding the story in the data is the hardest part. This week I started all over the road, looking at presidents in office and creating a grouping on the political party. When I did that I noticed the highs and lows when I create a trend, and with a quick google I figured out […]

Inequality

Where to Eat?

This week all the Tableau faithful are in Austin while I am secluded in Cleveland. Austin is know for “Staying Weird” and an amazing music scene, but they also have a ton of great restaurants. This week’s data has to do with inspection scores, so I was curious since they are there for a week […]

Where to Eat?

Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation

This week was all about distribution. The original visualization was described as a “bar code” chart, and while it showed the general geographic regions depravity ranking by data zone, there was underlying details that I felt were worth highlighting, so I added a details box and whisker chart to the overall distribution box and whisker […]

Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation

The Political Response

Taking on what was said and what wasn’t said by politicians in the wake of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando. I grouped the generalized topics in to a higher level sentiment prior to looking at the data into “Typically Left”, “Typically Right” and “Centrist/Vanilla” (i.e. party safe). My assumptions were correct for the most […]

The Political Response