Amanda Patist

Amanda Patist

Amanda Patist

Amanda’s data journey started in biological research at the University of Manchester and later in her Research Associate position at King’s College. An inquisitive mind has always lead her to ask questions but has been frustrated with the science of overcomplicating results. Having discovered Tableau, she is looking forward to learning the art of how to present the complex, in a clear, simple, beautiful and most importantly, understandable way and being able to apply this to any situation and kind of data.

Outside of data, Amanda enjoys discovering all the culinary delights that London has to offer and trying in vain to recreate them.

Data Visualisation for Noobs (like me)- Diverging Bar Charts

Data Visualisation for Noobs (Like Me)! - A Tableau based blog series How to make a Diverging Bar Chart Viz Link: https://public.tableau.com/views/EUreferendumelectionresults-Public/EURefdashboard?:embed=y&:display_count=yes&:showTabs=y There are a few things I keep...

Data visualisation for noobs (like me) – Best practices

Data visualisation for noobs (like me) Best practices in data visualisation, a review of ‘Storytelling with Data’ and my before and after. One of the biggest mistakes I made when applying for my position at the data school (well at least in my opinion) was that I made...