Kyle Yetter

#WOW2022 | Week 47 | Can you label and sort small multiples?

Introduction Small multiples can be a good way to see overall trends across several categories, but sometimes it can be tricky to get the sorting and labels right, so that’s what we’ll practice this week! Since baseball season is over now, we’ll look at overall win percentage from 1998 to 2022 for Major League Baseball …

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#WOW2022 | Week 42 | Can you use Tableau to estimate Aaron Judge’s home run trajectories?

Introduction Hello there, Workout Wednesday #DataFam! This week’s challenge is all about two of my passions growing up: baseball and physics. This past baseball season, New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge broke the 61 year old American League record for home runs in a single season set by Roger Maris in 1961 – Judge concluded …

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#WOW2022 Week 37: Can you create a common starting point?

Introduction This week’s challenge is focused on Level of Detail (LOD) calculations. We could probably build this chart using Table Calculations, but we’re not going to. Deliberate practice with some basic LODs. This also can be the basis for some cohort analysis, aligning various groups from different time periods on the same starting point. And …

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#WOW2022 Week 32: Can you build a dumbbell chart?

Introduction About three years ago, I was participating in our weekly Makeover Monday group at work, and happened to immediately know what I wanted to build and got it done in about 40 minutes. A colleague also completed theirs in that time, and so we then shared what we had built with the rest of …

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#WOW2022 | Week 17 | Can you switch between KPIs?

Introduction This week’s challenge is inspired by a Makeover Monday I did a couple years ago, which was inspired by Lindsey Poulter‘s Set Actions workbook. But rather than use the same soccer data, I’m continuing to celebrate the start of baseball season by comparing two Major League Baseball greats.  The overall challenge here is to …

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Jittered boxplot showing age distribution for MLB teams in 2021

2022 Week 12: Can you create a jittered boxplot?

Introduction Last week a colleague reached out for help creating a boxplot to look at age distribution for different subscription methods, and my first thought was, “I know how to do that, but I don’t remember how to do that.” So I went back to find one I had made previously, and we were able to …

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#WOW2022 | Week 07 | Adding More Detail & Context

Introduction This week is our third installment of this month’s “dashboard series” so we’ll be building upon Erica’s challenge from Week 5 and Sean’s challenge from Week 6. If you’ve done Week 6, you can start from that, or you can check out those challenges linked above and come back to this when you’re done…or …

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WOW2022 Week 2: Can you build a weekly Year-over-Year line chart?

Introduction I’m excited to join the Workout Wednesday coaching team this year! For my first challenge, I’m pulling from some recent work experience. Our leadership team wanted to see weekly performance for the week ending Sunday, with the current and prior 2 years in the chart. We also needed to include the YoY% change, and …

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