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2020 Week 43: Mobile Dashboard Challenge

Introduction This week’s challenge is two parts: Mobile dashboard design and KPI design. First, designing for mobile is difficult, but mobile is all about simplicity and interactivity. In this case, the KPIs also act as buttons that will reveal bar charts showing performance by month. To me this design is    Click to open in Tableau …

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2020 Week 42: Can you build a Strava Workout Calendar?

Introduction When Lorna asked me to be a Community contributor for Workout Wednesday, honestly, I was hesitant since I don’t participate every week. I typically only take on the challenges that I think are most beneficial to me as a teacher. I want to share work that I know the Data Schoolers are likely to …

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Can You Create a Reference Line for Each Dimension?

Introduction Happy TCish 2020!  I can’t believe we’re already on week 41 of 2020 and in the midst of Tableau Conference.  I don’t think any of the WOW team could have imagined that we would all be virtual and truly missing the company of the amazing Tableau community. For this week, I wanted to do …

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2020 Week 40: #SportsVizSunday and Pro Football Focus

Introduction Hey everyone! I know, this isn’t your monthly #SportsVizSunday data challenge or the weekly thread of awesome sports vizzes, this is #WorkoutWednesday, but with a sports twist. My name is Spencer Baucke, co-founder of #SportsVizSunday and consultant at Tessellation. I was suuuuper excited when the #WoW crew reached out and asked if we wanted …

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2020 Week 39: Can you build a mobile calendar picker?

Introduction Natalia Miteva is responsible for this week’s Community Workout Wednesday Challenge.  Here are all the details in Natalia’s own words: Very excited to share my challenge as part of the Workout Wednesday community contribution month! This week’s workout is inspired by Ludovic Tavernier‘s Date Range Picker viz. The aim of our challenge will be …

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2020 Week 38: Can you Visualize Daily and Weekly Ticket Sales in the Same View?

Introduction Jami Delagrange is responsible for this week’s Community Workout Wednesday Challenge.  Here are all the details in Jami’s own words: A few months ago, I was working with conference registration data and the event team asked the question, “can we look at daily and weekly registrations in the same view?” The chart below is …

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WOW2020 week 37 | Can you show the YoY trend?

Welcome to Community Month Hey all! It’s Sean and I’M SO EXCITED to be here to kickoff #WOW2020 Community month! Over the course of the next 4 weeks, we’ll be hosting challenges from some incredible community members! For the last 2 two years, we’ve dedicated a month to highlight & promote some incredible members of …

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WOW2020 | week 36 | Can you find all counties within n miles of a selected county?

Introduction When I was asked to create a dashboard to help public health offices get a handle on the COVID-19 one of the more interesting challenges I was faced with how to allow the user to search for a particular county and filtering a map to only counties within a specified radius. So that’s what …

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#WOW2020 week 35 | Can you build a bivariate map?

Introduction Hi friends! Well, it’s been a quarter since my last challenge so you know what that means, it means we’ve got a new version of Tableau to check out! A couple weeks ago, 2020.3 was released and with it came a whole host of new awesome features and functionality! As always, #WOW2020 is here …

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2020 Week 34: Can you show all the crimes within X miles of Y Point?

Introduction This week, I thought I would do a throwback to a speed tipping session I did in Vegas at Data19. This is using some of the cool spatial techniques. I like to think of this as a target chart, as that’s what it creates. Click to open in Tableau Public Requirements Dashboard Size: 800px …

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