Dashboard Week – Day 5

Dashboard Week – Day 5

The final day of dashboard week has arrived, and as a plot twist, instead of presenting the previous day’s Viz at 9am as we’d been doing all week, we’re going to be getting stuck straight into today’s challenge and then presenting both...
Dashboard Week – Day 4

Dashboard Week – Day 4

It’s our penultimate day of Dashboard Week and we’ve been set the challenge of creating a dashboard using a dataset on car accidents in Victoria since 2006.   The Data We’ve been lucky today in that there is really no data preparation to do...
Dashboard Week – Day 3

Dashboard Week – Day 3

Our challenge for today was to connect to Giant Bomb’s API which is the largest online gaming database and use the data to find a story!   The Data What I chose to look at was how much brand new gaming platforms cost when they were initially released and...
Dashboard Week – Day 2

Dashboard Week – Day 2

For day 2 of Dashboard week we had to find a story within a dataset of Olympic competitors since the modern games started. Only this past weekend I had a question in a trivia game asking, ‘when did they scrap Art Competitions from the Olympic Games?’. I...
Dashboard Week – Day 1

Dashboard Week – Day 1

The infamous dashboard week is finally here and for our first challenge, we’ve been asked to produce a dashboard using the data from the American Housing Survey 2019. Having just had 2 huge client projects back to back, I was cautious this week to not bite off...
LOD or Table Calculations?

LOD or Table Calculations?

For this blog post I will be deconstructing the solution to this #WorkoutWednesday to demonstrate how you can achieve the same outcome using both Level of Detail (LOD) calculations and Table calculations. The aim of the challenge is to achieve the below look, one side...