Dashboard Week – Day 2 (Battlefield Sites)

Today we had to visualise data about battlefield sites in the U.K. using data from Historic UK. It has been a long and tiring day; I’ve never used so much Regex before What have I learnt today… Multi-row formula can save you so much time, (I never used it...

Dashboard Week – Day 1 (UFO’s)

Today Andy gave us a data-set about UFO’s, we were tasked to scrape the website for all UFO sightings across all years and then produce a cool dashboard. I practised with web scrapping and Regex, which was initially challenging but still good fun… Here’s my Alteryx...

How to create a dumbbell chart on Tableau?

A dumbbell chart illustrates the change between two (or more) data points. To create a dumbbell chart on Tableau you will need to create a dual axis; one of the axes has a mark type of a line and the second axes has a mark type of a circle. Below is a step by step...

5 Top Tips when creating a dashboard

Hi, I’m Sara (part of DS14). I thought it would be helpful to share some top tips when creating a dashboard on Tableau 1) Have a clear idea/ understanding on what you want to visualise. Ask yourself a few key questions: – What story do I want to tell?...