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Matt loves his sport. He has made some amazing sports related vizzes and shows that game statistics aren’t just numbers but also can be works of art (check them out at blog Sir Viz a Lot. Matt Will also be one of the three contestants battling it out on the big stage in the 5th annual Iron Viz competition. When he’s not vizzing sport Matt works at Slalom Consulting.
John works for Atlanta Public schools. He creates graphs to understand things better. ‘Things’ can range from tree coverage across the US to American College comparisons and from population densities to the obesity epidemic that is enveloping the world. He blogs at Numbers Box.
Adam is a current Tableau Zen Master working for Deloitte in Washington DC. He is a real data all-rounder, from database design to data scraping Adam can do it all. Check out his blog Dueling Data to see some of his great data vizzes and a picture of his adorably cute (and neurotic) dog Quaker.
David Murphy is based in Singapore as an Analytical Lead for Google. On his blog Datasaurus Rex David has many great vizzes and tutorials covering a wide range of data topics: from a dog year calculator to making animations in Tableau!
Robert is a current Tableau Zen Master working for InterWorks. When Robert discovered Tableau in 2010, he saw how he could apply analytical tools and data visualization to bible studies and his blog MetaV was born. There’s no such thing as “can’t be done” to Robert, it’s just another data challenge to take on!
Datamars promotes free, open science and scientific information about the ecosystems in the Gulf of California (and other parts of the world). Made up of a team of scientists dedicated to making a difference with open data, we’re sure they’ll make a difference to the sustainability of marine life.
While Yvan only started his Tableau Public profile in June 2015 he has already made Viz of The Week with his great visualization about French High school (lycée) indicators. During the day Yvan is a web analytics consultant at Amadeus.
Shine won the first 2015 Iron Viz feed contest with a fabulous guide to the French Impressionists. As a ‘Data Artist’ Shine thinks data visualization is the perfect intersect between business, technology and design. After all, who says that the technology can’t be beautiful?