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Geometric Art Experiment in Tableau

Last week, we had a chance to build engaging and creative dashboards for a reputable charity organization. Inspired by the Flerlage Twins, I had a...

Dashboard Week Day 4 – What’s your Country’s Shape of Prosperity

Finally, it’s the last day of the dashboard week! Data Introduction The data we got is from the Legatum Institute and it shows the prosperity...

What do you Need to Prepare for the New Tableau Data Analyst Exam

Last week, I took the new Tableau Data Analyst exam and luckily passed it. In this blog, I will talk about the preparation you can...

Dashboard Day 3 – Customer Behaviour Analysis for Individual Tax Preparation Companies

Today is dashboard week day 3, our topic today is very exciting – TAX! Data Introduction The data we got is from the ATO and...

Dashboard Week Day 2 – Star Wars API

Today is day 2 in dashboard week. We used Star Wars API data and made a Viz. API Introduction We got this Star Wars API...

How to Create Information Panels in Power BI

Last week we had Power BI training, and I used information panel in my Viz, I found it’s a cool functionality and it also makes...

Dashboard Week Day 1 – Customer Service Requests with Resolution Time

Finally, it’s dashboard week! For our day 1 dashboard, we got this dataset from City of Melbourne website, and it shows the requests for service...

What I’ve Learned from Designing Dashboards at the Data School (Part 2)

In the first part of this blog, I’ve covered the 3 tips when it comes to designing dashboards, including simplify our use of colour, using the...

What I’ve Learned from Designing Dashboards at the Data School (Part 1)

As we all know, effective design is crucial for Tableau dashboards. At the Data School, we learned how to make our data visualizations more dynamic...

How to do One-Hot Encoding in Alteryx

What’s One Hot Encoding and why should we do One-Hot Encoding One-Hot Encoding can be defined as the essential process of converting the categorical data variables...