A long time ago, there was a galaxy far, far away, with lots and lots of planets.

Star Wars is an American epic space-opera multimedia franchise created by George Lucas, which began with the eponymous 1977 film and quickly became a worldwide pop-culture phenomenon. The franchise has been expanded into various films and other media, including television series, video games, novels, comic books, theme park attractions, and themed areas, comprising an all-encompassing fictional universe.[c] In 2020, its total value was estimated at US$70 billion, and it is currently the fifth-highest-grossing media franchise of all time.

The Star Wars franchise had desert planets, swamp planets, ice planets, city planets, forest planets; basically, if there was a climate or condition needed for the film Star Wars, they created a whole new planet for it. The structure of the Star Wars saga has stayed fairly stable over the last 40 years. Take a motley crew of underdogs, put them on a spaceship and have them visit three distinct planets, one per act.

The Star Wars saga has had a significant impact on popular culture with references to its fictional universe deeply embedded in everyday life. Phrases like “evil empire” and “May the Force be with you” have become part of the popular lexicon. The first Star Wars film in 1977 was a cultural unifier, enjoyed by a wide spectrum of people. The film can be said to have helped launch the science-fiction boom of the late 1970s and early 1980s, making science-fiction films a mainstream genre. The widespread impact made it a prime target for parody works and homages, with popular examples including Hardware Wars, Spaceballs, The Family Guy Trilogy and Robot Chicken: Star Wars.

Below is an overview of Star Wars in numbers.

The subject  approached  in this dashboard is characters of   the series.

To make this dashboard I have used the API https://swapi.dev/ and also was necessary preparing the data in Alteryx before start in Tableau.

I hope you have enjoyed it.