Some types of table calculations allow the end user to define what the calculation is relative to. This choice can be done from the Table Calculation pop-up, or by right clicking on the specific measure pill. But how can you make this choice dynamic? perhaps controllable from a drop-down menu?
At the end of my latest blog post, Dashboard Week Day 1: NHS Trusts, I wished that our next challenge for Dashboard week would be more concentrated on design.
It seems like my wish came true, since Andy for today task, asked us to create an infographic dashboard using data on The Avengers comic books series.
For the first day of our Dashboard week, Andy challenged us to gather and analyse data on the spend over £25K at NHS Trusts.
The data was scattered over 391 different URLs, each containing multiple files (often in different formats)
During this week my fellow cohortians and I have delivered a teaching session open to the public. This initiative is called Learn what the data school learns. Find out my impressions!
Last week we had another break from usual client projects. Instead, the main topic for all the week has been web scraping and APIs. These topics were taught to us by Andre.
This, of course, was a big hint on what to expect for the Friday project presentation session. In fact, last week, my fellow DSers and I have been given the task to produce a visualisation based on data obtained by either web scraping a site or API calls.