Greatest HitsStunning data visualization examples from across the web created with Tableau Public.
Russia and Brazil might have the largest forests in the world, but did you know there's a higher concentration of forests in countries like Suriname and Gabon?
Although cashless payments are becoming increasingly popular, many New Zealanders still carry cash on them. In this visualization, Emily Eng explores how New Zealanders interact with cash today, and how it varies across age, gender, region, and income.
There are nearly two thousand streets and squares in Budapest named after people. These men and women may be real or fictitious, from the Middle Ages or recent history, and are Hungarians or foreigners.
In 2018, Fortune Magazine selected 30 best stocks to buy in 2019. In this visualization, Mike Reeser shows how these picks have performed in recent months.
When Redditors are unsure about whether they've spelled a word correctly, they often will mark those words with "(sp?)".
Siroros Roongdonsai visualizes the results of Thailand's 2019 General Election. The election selected five hundred members for the country's new House of Representatives, the majority coming from the Palang Pracharath and Pheu Thai parties.
This June, data enthusiasts from around the globe will gather in Berlin, Germany for Tableau Conference Europe 2019! Explore the list of registered attendees in this visualization by Tableau employee, David Klein.