The science of data visualization




[ad_1]

Join this session to explore the scientific underpinnings of what enables people to understand data quickly and effectively (and how Tableau helps them get there). Gain the tips and tricks necessary for authoring content that your viewers will appreciate.

Source


[ad_2]

Comment List

  • Tableau Software
    November 16, 2020

    This session is gold

  • Tableau Software
    November 16, 2020

    It's amazing because of this right… here is actually what happens ….synverse The Best IT managed Service Provider and Software Development Company. We have helped all our clients to increase business productivity, That they want to Develop your services needed for you… log in to know more https://synverse.com updates on our platform.

  • Tableau Software
    November 16, 2020

    Very informative, anyone got the full URL of the wtf website?

  • Tableau Software
    November 16, 2020

    This guy cheated at 30:58 bar chart starts at 0.. but line chart starts at 45000… He should have been honest and start both at 0.. and still line chart wins anways to prove trend over time. Overall talk is good.

  • Tableau Software
    November 16, 2020

    When you use a symbol on a map, points represent points, areas represent areas. Hes suggesting we use points to represent areas. This is a wholly incorrect visualization. For instance, if you're trying to represent population level, using a point in the middle of Texas implies that all the people live in the middle of the state and not at the edges. Another example, you'd never use a point to represent a line – where would you put the "point" for Highway I-95? or Highway I-10? This is cartography 101: use the proper marker for the data.

  • Tableau Software
    November 16, 2020

    Good talk.

  • Tableau Software
    November 16, 2020

    I make some really nice visualizations and reports with how-to instructions here:
    https://www.auroradzns.com

Write a comment