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Iron Viz—the world’s largest virtual data visualization competition—ignites and showcases the power of the Tableau Community, giving you the opportunity to interact with data rockstars worldwide. Win or learn—you can't lose!
The three 2022 finalists displayed on this wall advanced to the Iron Viz Championship at Tableau Conference in May.
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IT leaders and professionals are the stewards to define, design, and deliver governed analytics that fuels an organization-wide Data Culture. At this year's Virtual Tableau IT Summit, we're bringing together industry experts, customers, partners, and peers to help IT:
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As the world's largest repository of data visualizations, Tableau Public has something to inspire everyone—including IT. Explore this gallery for Tableau Public visualizations hand-picked for IT leaders and professionals. You'll find template dashboards, industry insights, and BI style guides designed to help drive consistency and best practices.
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Recruiters spend just 6 seconds reading each job application, so it’s important to make your resume stand out from the crowd. And in a world where data literacy is one of the most in-demand skills in the workplace, your resume should reflect your ability to convey information and data in a clear, useful way. Get inspired, check out some our highlighted resumes created by students, and join Tableau for Students to get your FREE Tableau license and create your own interactive resume on Tableau Public.
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Tableau Conference is a global, interactive event that unites the world's largest data community.
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Tableau Conference is live from Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas May 17-19, 2022. With that in mind, we've set this year's Tableau Public Viz Gallery virtually right in the heart of it all. Take a peek around to see what famous Vegas landmarks you can spot and soak up some virtual vitamin D.
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Governments around the world are relying on data now more than ever to develop public policies and make informed decisions. Dive into this visualization to see how "Business & Decision Spain" is tracking the spread of COVID-19 in Brazil.
This visualization by Wendy Shijia looks at 470 pieces of artwork by the famous Dutch artist M.C. Escher, categorized by creation date and type of style.
It's no surprise that wine is the most popular drink in Italy, but what about other countries? In this visualization, Jess Walker takes a look at alcohol consumption around the world.
How many shows did you binge-watch during quarantine? In this visualization, Judit Bekker analyzes her streaming habits over the course of three weeks spent at home.
According to the World Bank, the Women, Business and the Law (WBL) Index, composed of eight indicators, "tracks how the law affects women at various stages in their lives, from the basics of transportation to the challenges of starting a job and getting a pension." In this #MakeoverMonday visualization, Yobanny Samano looks at the WBL index scores for 190 countries.
From Boxing Day to Kwanzaa, there are hundreds of holidays celebrated by people around the world. In this visualization, Ivett Kovacs takes a look at the holidays recognized and celebrated by those of various religions, cultures and more.
This visualization by Pradeep Kumar G shows how often people use Google to search for the names of different soccer stars, tracking each players’ popularity over the years.
Ever wonder who's talking in your favorite movies? Using an analysis of the dialogue in 2,000 screenplays, this visualization by Bo McCready compares the number of lines spoken by male and female characters in some of the world’s most popular films.
In the 2011-2012 La Liga season, soccer superstar Lionel Messi scored a record-breaking 50 goals. This visualization by Harry Cooney shows how each of those goals came about.
There are over 1 million buildings in New York City, dating back to the early 1700s. In this map-themed #IronQuest submission, Kate Schaub visualizes each building's year of construction.
In this viz sending him to the Iron Viz 2020 Championship, Simon Beaumont uses data from the United Nations Development Program to analyze the development of countries around the world.
In this viz from the 2020 Iron Viz Qualifier Contest, Christian Felix analyzes the relationship between Social Capital and the spread of COVID-19 in the United States. Don’t miss Christian in this year’s 2020 Iron Viz Final!
Did you know that 38 out of 88 constellations have their roots in mythology? Brush up on your star-gazing skills and take this visual tour of the galaxy to learn about each one.
In the United States, 13.7% of babies born to Black mothers are born at a low birth weight. Explore this #ProjectHealthViz visualization by Agata Ketterick to learn about disparities in low birth weight by race and ethnicity.
Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is a violation of human rights. Explore this #MakeoverMonday visualization by Priya Padham to learn how the organization Hope for Girls and Women is helping protect women from FGM in Tanzania.
This dashboard by Deloitte shows several different indicators that can be used to track the health of the economy during the current COVID-19 crisis.
As more wrongful convictions are reversed in America, more data about exonerations have become available. Using data from the National Registry of Exonerations, JR Copreros visualizes exonerations by race, state, type of crime, and more.
How often do meteorites hit the earth? Explore this visualization by Anjushree B V to learn about the history of meteorite landings around the world.
Did you know that 75% of the world's spices are produced in India? Explore this visualization by Meera Umasankar to learn about the production and trade of these highly sought-after spices.
American rapper Travis Scott signed his first major-label record deal in 2012. This viz by Zainab Ayodimeji takes a closer look at his discography, the popularity of his song tracks, and the characteristics of his music.
Did you know Vietnam ranks 5th among the world's countries in terms of rice production? Learn more about the Mekong Delta and rice production in this #IronQuest viz by Thi Ho.
Which apps do you use when working from home? In this visualization, Sebastián Soto Vera shows how much time he spends using various apps during a day of working from home.
Singapore National Day is celebrated annually on August 9th in commemoration of Singapore's independence from Malaysia in 1965. Dive into this visualization by Marc Reid to learn about the holiday and the country's history.
Kimly Scott has spent a total of 256 days abroad. This visual travel diary tracks every trip she’s been on, including the year, type of travel, and destination.
Consumer research firm SPATE uses AI technologies to track how consumer behavior is changing. In this visualization, they show how the beauty industry was impacted during the lockdown.
Of the 275 members that make up the Parliament of Ghana, only 36 are women. Check out this collaborative visualization by Maureen Dzifa Awumee Quist and Lawer Akrofi to learn about the lack of female representation in Ghana’s 7th Parliament.
As part of the #Viz5 initiative to Visualize Gender Equality, this #MakeoverMonday viz by Ng Ying Xue takes a look at obstetric fistula, a highly-preventable condition that sadly still occurs in places with poor access to healthcare.
For top-grossing movies between 2010-2019, 21% of the cast and crew were people of color. Explore this viz by Autumn Battani to learn more about diversity in the film industry over the past decade.
A recent survey by Encore Musicians found that 64% of UK musicians are considering leaving the music industry. In this dashboard, Ellen Blackburn visualizes the various impacts of COVID-19 on musicians across the UK.
Music popularity may change, but it still carries memories and emotions with people. Explore this viz by Robert Janezic to see how the popularity of music genres have changed over time.
Government imposter scams were a top fraud scheme Americans fell victim to from 2014-2020. Visualizing the data in Tableau, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission created an infographic to educate the public on their impact and how to spot and stop imposter scams.
Updated daily, this dashboard shows the total number of doses that have been administered by North Carolina providers and through the U.S. federal program administering long-term care vaccinations. Data on both partial and full vaccinations are available and broken down by race, ethnicity, gender, and age group and can be filtered by county.
As COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations surged across the U.S., Virginia responded quickly to its communities' needs to understand the impact and frequent day-to-day fluctuations. The Virginia Department of Health (VDH) is reporting more detailed, near real-time health data than ever before. VDH receives additional information about COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths every day, and shares this data in near real-time with it's citizens.
The Ohio Checkbook serves as the singular and most trusted resource for Ohioans in the U.S. to obtain both local and state financial information. The Ohio Checkbook is a result of a joint initiative from two first-of-their-kind sites, Ohiocheckbook.com and Ohio's Interactive Budget. The collective effort enhances government transparency by providing real-time state financial and transactional data.
Coronavirus Food Assistance Program 2, or CFAP 2, provides U.S. producers with financial assistance that gives them the ability to absorb some of the increased marketing costs associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Here you will see how the U.S. Department of Agriculture has showcased approved applications along with payment amount dispersed by commodity, category and state. The data is updated weekly.
See how the U.S. State of Florida is looking ahead seven years at projected employment growth by occupation. In partnership with CareerSource Florida (a statewide workforce policy and investment board), this visualization displays top occupations by 2020 median hourly wage, occupations by education level, job openings by county as well as projected number of jobs in 2028.
Did you know that mental health problems affect about 1 in 10 children? Explore this #ProjectHealthViz by Nick Adams--based in Portland, Maine in the U.S.--to learn about mental health disorders and inpatient hospital admissions among U.K. residents under the age of 18.
"Since U.S. healthcare is predominantly financed by employers, a loss of a job typically brings a loss of insurance. Check out this visualization by Joshua Smith, located in Columbus, Ohio in the U.S., to see how the COVID-19 pandemic and the economic consquences are exposing harsh realities about the U.S. healthcare model."
Explore this dashboard by the Kaiser Family Foundation--a U.S. non-profit organization focusing on national health issues--to determine which U.S. states are hotspot states. For their analysis, a hotspot state is defined as having cases increase by more than 5% over the past 14 days and the positivity rate (7-day rolling average) is greater than 10% or has increased by more than one percentage point over the past 14 days.
After years of civil war and long-lasting epidemics, the West African country of Liberia currently lacks the proper healthcare facilities to serve its 5+ million population. Check out this visualization by Lindsay Betzendahl--located in West Chester, Pennsylvania in the U.S.--to understand the wide-ranging health impacts in the coastal African country.
Examine the role that race plays in COVID-19 cases and deaths. See this visualzation, built by Kim Tricker--based in Orlando, Florida in the U.S.--to learn how black Americans are suffering disproportionately during the pandemic.
How old is central Moscow in Russia? Explore this interactive map and hover to see all the buildings constructed during a chosen time period.
This visualiztion by Scotland-based Noel Joe Basil was created as part of a Viz for Social Good project looking at migration around the world--and in particular the dangers of migration routes across the Mediterranean Sea.
Explore the met and unmet needs for modern contraception by women in all countries from around the world in this visualization by Lagos, Nigeria-based Zainab Ayodimeji.
"This visualization by Harry Beardon from Hoddesdon, U.K. looks at gang violence as represented in the Academy-nominated 2002 Brazilian crime film Cidade de Deus (City of God). "
"London, U.K.-based Priya Padham explores the results of 100,000 happy moments known as the 'HappyDB'. Find out who these people are and what made them happy. "
This visualization by Budapest, Hungary-based Judit Bekker explores how the European Commission has been setting an example by increasing the gender balance of the numer of European Comissioners.
Budapest, Hungary-based Tamas Varga examines the improvements (or lack thereof) in access to clean water and sanitation in countries across the globe.
This visualization by London, U.K.-based Mark Corbridge looks at all the many, many, many deaths in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (TV Series 1997-2003). You can explore who died, who killed them and the patterns of fatalities throughout the seasons.
"Take a look at this map of Europe created by Lorela Ferhati from Tirana, Albania to learn where renewable energy production has overtaken that of fossil fuels. "
This viz looks at Indonesia's poverty rate: specifically the percentage of the population with average monthly expense below the poverty line. We can observe a stark contrast between provinces in Indonesia, especially around Indonesia's eastern region.
Viz ini melihat Indonesia dalam data: angka kemiskinan - khususnya sebaran persentase penduduk yang memiliki rata-rata pengeluaran di bawah garis kemiskinan. Dapat dilihat perbedaan kontras antara provinsi-provinsi Indonesia, terutama di Kawasan Timur Indonesia.
Explore this visualization from a #MakeoverMonday challenge discussing how India can transition from its long-term coal dependency and the impact that will have on its economy.
Based on the latest Master Plan from Singapore's Urban Redevelopment Authority as of 2019, take a look at this grid map illustrating how the island city-state is guiding its development over the next 10 to 15 years.
This visualization explores areas in South Korea that lack negative pressure beds compared to the number of confirmed cases. Check which region has the least negative pressure beds and find out the location information of screening clinics and negative pressure rooms.
이 시각화는 한국에서 확진자 수에 비해 음압 병상이 부족한 지역을 탐색합니다. 어느 지역의 음압 병상이 가장 부족한지를 확인하고 각 지역을 클릭하여 해당 지역에 위치한 선별진료소와 음압 병실의 위치 정보를 확인해보세요.
This visualisation by Hong Kong-based Kelvin Tang explores the percentage of female representation in politics around the world in the past 25 years. Check out the interactive version to dig in and find your country and how it fairs.
Fancy a Pinot Noir or a Chardonnay? Check out the 60+ wineries in this visualization about Southern Australia's Mornington Peninsula to plan out your next vacation.
Did you know that Bangalore is the Silicon Valley of India? Understand how this has impacted the real estate market of Bangalore through this viz!
This visualization explores the overall spreading waves of COVID-19 in various countries around the world with a focus on Thailand. Relevant metrics, including the number of waves as well as the severity scale of a particular country.
ภาพการแสดงผล การวิเคราะห์ภาพรวมของการระบาดเป็นระลอกของโรค COVID-19 ในประเทศต่างๆ คุณสามารถเข้าถึงข้อมูลรายประเทศ ไม่ว่าจะเป็นข้อมูลจำนวนระลอก จุดสูงสุดของระลอก ค่าความรุนแรง และค่าการคำนวณต่างๆที่มีความเกี่ยวข้อง ได้เพียงแค่การคลิกเลือกประเทศบนแผนที่ หรือเลือกประเทศจากกล่องฟิวเตอร์
Take a look at the data behind deaths of indigenous people in custody in Australia from 2008 to 2020 based on data provided by the Guardian.
Are NBA players shooting better while competing in a secure bubble environment due to COVID-19 restrictions? Many are speculating that the consistent depth perception is playing a major role. Explore this visualization by JR Copreros based in Canada to analyze the trends and decide for yourself.
On average, there are six million car accidents in the United States every year. In this visualization, Ohio-based Dinushki De Livera looks at crashes in Cincinnati by day of the week, vehicle size, and weather conditions.
According to Forbes, the United States is home to 614 billionaires—that’s more than any other country in the world. Explore this visualization by Erik Rettman to see the net worth of the wealthiest person in each US state.
Working remotely has brought many shifts to one's personal and professional life. For this #MakeoverMonday challenge, Francisco Cardoso from Houston, TX visualized the results from a recent survey depicting some of the biggest benefits of working remotely.
In 2019, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi made it onto the list of the Top 10 Most Popular Dog Breeds for the first time ever. Check out this visualization by Toronto-based Anjushree B V to learn how each dog breed's popularity has changed over time. Dig this viz? Be sure to add it to your favorites!
Using data from Tesla's website, Wale Ilori--based in Boston, Massachusetts--mapped the location of every Tesla Supercharger in the United States. Explore the map to find the closest charging station near you.
New York-based Alok Maden created this visualization comparing repeat #SNL hosts/musical guests and their average #imdb ratings.
In this viz @evethomas1 analyses data from the 2018 'LGTB in Britain - Trans Report' published by Stonewall. The report exposes the profound impact that discrimination, violence and exclusion is having on trans people’s quality of life in the UK
In June of 2020, the United States Supreme Court held that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation and transgender status. This viz shows how Title VII has evolved, as well as the impact of the landmark decision.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has undeniably disrupted everyone's lives profoundly, its impacts have been much more severe for members of marginalized and vulnerable communities, like the LGBTQ community and people of color, who already faced multiple health challenges prior to this crisis.
Depending on your home country, being part of the LGBTQ+ community might be exciting, rewarding, normal, but also confusing, scary, life threatening. As the data shows, friendly and open minded society that values personal freedom and freedom of press not only feels happier, but also thrives economically.
Representation in cinema matters. Portrayals of LGBTQ+ people in films not only affect how other people see the community but also how the community -and especially LGBTQ+ youth- see themselves. Explore this visualization to discover the best 200 movies and learn how they portray the diverse experiences of gay, lesbian, trans, and queer characters.
This template by Ann Jackson shows one way you can visualize customer support tickets by tracking key performance indicators like ticket status and customer satisfaction.
JLL uses this style guide as a playbook for driving consistency across their dashboards, to educate our analysts on best practices, and to enable a positive user experience.
Candra McRae created this generic style guide as a resource that anyone can use to create a consistent look and feel for their organization's dashboards.
Ghafar Shah helps us understand who responded to a DataIQ survey about digital literacy and digital transformation. He presents the percent of respondents from different industry sectors.
In this "Real World Fake Data" template, Pradeep Kumar G visualizes help desk performance data with an overview dashboard and a details table.
In his approach to this "Real World Fake Data" data set about help desk performance, Mohamed Hassn uses a cross-tab to show tickets opened by week.
Do you know what animals live the longest? This visualization represents the life expectancy of a variety of animals, including insects, rodents, crocodiles, and more as a part of a Viz2Educate project."
このVizは、2020年の日本における映画の上映回数を可視化し、「鬼滅の刃」が最も上映された映画であることを表現しています。 日本Tableauコミュニティの「和Viz」が主催したイベント「TABLEAU × SNOWFLAKE × 鬼滅の刃 ～鬼滅の刃vizをみんなでつくる会～」で作成されました。 大好きな富岡義勇のイメージカラーをピックアップし、地域や時期等で人気を確認できるよう工夫しました。
This visualizes the number of movie screenings in Japan in 2020, and expresses that 'DEMON SLAYER' was the most screened movie. This viz was created during an event called 'Let's make a Viz on the theme of DEMON SLAYER', organized by '和Viz', one of the Tableau communities in Japan.
What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of Japan? The first thing that comes to my mind is ""Hot Spring(Onsen)"". This Viz shows the total number of hot spring resources and the ratio of the hot spring sources by temperature in each of the prefectures of Japan.
I was inspired to express the number of Super Mario games sold in the past on a clay pipe chart. I hope this viz gets my kids interested in Tableau.
It is said that the battle of Sekigahara, which is called the battle of the world division, started at dawn and there were never many people in the afternoon. From the beginning of the battle, which was considered to be advantageous to the Western Army, we visualized how the battlefield changed due to the movement of the key persons of each unit on a map based on historical materials. In addition, the data shows that Japan's population has begun to increase at the turning point of this battle, and that it was a turning point in history.
#VizforSocialGood helps mission-driven organizations to harness the power of data visualization for social change. Explore this viz to see where the nonprofits and volunteers are located and the issues they've addressed from education to human rights.
Did you know that in many states in the United States a person can be fired or punished for wearing naturally Black hairstyles? Explore this viz by Tableau Zen Master Candra McRae to learn more.
In this #MakeoverMonday box and whisker plot chart, you can see how the range of risk increases for dying from COVID for Black, Asian, and other ethnicities compared to white people in the UK.
See an analysis of food apartheid in Washington DC by neighborhood cluster by looking at the whole food system taking into account income, race, and geography.
The airline industry has been one of the hardest industries hit by the #COVID19 pandemic. This viz by Iron Viz Champion 2020 Christian Felix compares US air travel for the month of April in 2019 and 2020.
A criminal justice system universe? Check out this intricate network chart by Tableau Zen Master Ken Flerlage to see the television macrocosm of Law & Order and the crossover of characters among the various shows.
In this viz from the 2021 Iron Viz Qualifier Contest, Pradeep Kumar G—based in India—shares the show that bring him joy, Avatar: The Last Airbender, and why.
In this viz from the 2021 Iron Viz Qualifier Contest, Samuel Parson—based in the United Kingdom—shares his analysis of various components of time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
In this viz from the 2021 Iron Viz Qualifier Contest, Lisa Trescott—based in the United States—shares how the tv show RuPaul's Drag Race brings her joy.
Do you have the right stuff to become a NASA Astronaut? Explore this viz to see age, graduate majors, military rank, gender, country of birth, and more details of those who have become astronauts throughout history.
How old is central Moscow in Russia? Explore this interactive map and hover to see all the buildings constructed during a chosen time period.
This #MakeoverMonday viz dives into insights from a 17-country public opinion survey on gender equality prepared for The Gender Equality Forum. Tip: Click on a column header at the top of chart to see it cleverly sort the view.
Did you know that once every 17 years trillions of cicadas emerge from the ground in the eastern United States? Tableau Zen Masters Jeffrey Shaffer and Kevin Flerlage team up in this informative viz to teach you more about these fascinating creatures.
Seafood could potentially be gone by 2048 due to overfishing and other threats according to Seaspiracy's director and narrator, Ali Tabrizi. Explore this viz, a collaboration between Kelly Tan and Sheryl Chong to learn more about global fish stocks, harvest methods, and how a country's income level can influence seafood supply.
In the last 20 years, no typhoon has landed in Japan during November. In this viz, Toshiya Kijima illustrates the typhoon paths since 2001. Explore this dashboard to learn more.
Business-style dashboards can be beautiful and informative too! Check out this dashboard which succinctly visualizes wealth and personal banking data.
Public expenditure is spending made by the government of a country on collective needs such as education, healthcare, housing, security, infrastructure, environmental protection and the like. Check out the extraordinary growth rate across all sectors in Zambia over the last 10 years in this viz.
This visualization by Saverio Rocchetti in Italy shows the number of refugees globally, their countries of origin, and their destination since 1990.
Verzuz is an American webcast series created by producers Timbaland and Swizz Beatz. With millions of views per battle the show amplifies Black voices and provides a sense of nostalgia for viewers. Check out this #IronQuest viz to learn more.
Who's your favorite character from The Wire? Explore this 3D ridgeplot viz (inspired by Ken Flerlage) to see screen time comparisons among 100 of the most memorable characters from David Simon's crime drama television series.
Explore the value of imports and exports all over Australia and dive into the types of commodities including cars, cement, cereal grains, chemicals, clay, timber, toys, water craft, wool, and everything in between.
Which countries are leading the way towards a low-carbon economy in Europe? In this #MakeoverMonday viz, see how countries generated their electricity in 2020.
How has your routine changed since the pandemic started? Explore this viz by Wendy Shijia in China to see a comparison between her daily routines at the office versus at home.
The Walt Disney Company has produced 579 movies since 1937. In this #DataDNAChallenge, Gandes Goldestan showcases movie release date by day of the week and season, inflation adjusted gross, MPAA rating, genre, and more. Tip: Look for the button to toggle from genre to rating.
Come From Far Away, a musical, tells the incredible true story of nearly 7,000 air passengers who were stranded in the small town of Gander, Newfoundland in Canada in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks. Overnight, the population of Gander almost doubled. Dive into this viz to learn more.
Which Tour de France was the toughest? Explore Will Sutton's five factors of toughness for all the tours since 1903 in this #SportsVizSunday visualization (inspired by CJ Mayes).
What drives global risks? Explore this visualization based on the World Economic Forum's Global Risks Preception Survey from 2020 to see some of the key factors.
Considering an average company of 400 employees, this dashboard by Sebastián Soto Vera in Chile represents how many average workers' salaries are equivalent to the CEO's salary. The pinker the triangle, the larger the salary gap.
Females control over 31.8 trillion in worldwide spending, yet make less money on the hour compared to males, hold less wealth, hold fewer executive titles, and are often overlooked as vital players in the world's economy. Explore this viz to learn more.
Have you heard about the Cool Cats, a collection of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) that consists of 10,000 unique cartoons categorized by their rarity? Explore this viz to learn about these collectible digital assets which sold out within 6 hours of launching.
Continuity of care for health systems includes understanding the impacts of COVID-19 on minority populations and underserved communities and developing strategies to overcome inequities. UChicago Medicine has been working to enhance reporting functionality of their institutional quality scorecard to allow direct comparisons of quality measure performance by gender, age, race, ethnicity, language, zip code, and payor. In this interactive dashboard see how you can analyze equity outcomes to inform quality improvement initiatives.
Estimates suggest that meningitis and neonatal sepsis combined are the second largest infectious killer of children under five. These diseases leave between 20-40% of those who survive with lifelong impairments such as hearing loss, brain damage, movement disorders, and epilepsy. Rates of disease and disability are highest in countries where access to services is poorer. Ensuring people affected by meningitis get the support and aftercare they need is a key part of defeating meningitis by 2030.
The Ohio Checkbook serves as the singular and most trusted resource for Ohioans in the U.S. to obtain local and state financial information. The Ohio Checkbook is the result of a joint initiative from two first-of-their-kind sites, Ohiocheckbook.com and Ohio's Interactive Budget. The collective effort enhances government transparency by providing real-time state financial and transactional data.
On average, annually from January through June, over 490K women are screened for breast cancer in Australia. Due to COVID-19 lockdowns in March and April of 2020, many women could not access this crucial screening. In the first half of the year, only 340K women received the screening. This means approximately 146K women skipped their screening in 2020. Early detection and intervention is the most important way to prevent death from breast cancer.
This viz analyzes any correlation between rural hospital closures and states that declined to expand Medicaid following the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) in 2010. See which states across the continental U.S. experienced rural hospital closures between 2010 and 2018 and the resulting inpatient bed loss.
Every year, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) rates Medicare Advantage plans on a 0-5 star scale. These ratings can have a significant financial impact and help to inform enrollee decision-making when choosing a plan. Here we demonstrate how a Tableau dashboard can isolate a plan’s rating to see where improvements can be made.
This business dashboard by Idris Akilapa—based in Nigeria—creatively showcases Superstore Sales, the sample data set that comes with every copy of Tableau Desktop.
Inspired by the Tableau Community Project Real Word Fake Data (aka #RWFD), this viz by Autumn Battani—based in the US—redesigns the Tableau Call Center Accelerator, a pre-built dashboard that helps you quickly dive straight into identifying patterns, outliers, and insights.
How close did you follow the F1 this last season? Rafael Centeno Pérez—based in Mexico—uses a waterfall chart and a heat map, among other chart types, to illustrate the points, positions, and performance per driver and circuit.
Olushola Olojo—based in Nigeria—analyzes agricultural production, harvest, and yield in one of the most natural resources dense regions of the world, Africa.