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Meet Your Tableau Public Ambassadors!

We are happy to introduce our first-ever group of Tableau Public Ambassadors! These twelve Tableau Public authors have been chosen to help lead the community, thanks to their passion for doing it in...
4 months ago

Lessons from Crowdsourcing a Data Set on the Women's March

I spend most of my days visualizing data that folks share with me. But sometimes the world has different plans. Sometimes, without any warning, we’re flooded with raw data and need to make sense of...
4 months ago

#MyRecentViz: Electoral Votes vs. Popular Votes in US Elections

Editor’s note: This is a write-up of the key takeaways from the #MyRecentViz webinar that took place on 29 Nov 2016. It is the first in a series of blog posts and webinars, each deconstructing a...
4 months ago

Your Tableau Public Vizzes Have Reached One Billion Views!

Seven years ago, I was sitting in a newsroom when my professor/editor asked me to make my boring data story a bit more interactive. And by interactive, he meant adding a picture of a graph. I felt...
4 months ago

Calling All Students! Tell Us Your Tableau Stories

We’re often impressed by the amazing students in the Tableau community. You’ve shared your coolest Tableau homework assignments. You’ve help us top 5,000 likes on our Tableau on Campus Facebook. And...
4 months ago

Here Are Our #DataResolutions. What Are Yours?

Happy new year, everyone, and welcome into 2017! We hope you are well-rested after a sweet holiday break. The beginning of the year is often a time for reflection, introspection, and (re)organization...
4 months ago

How NGOs Are Bringing Data into Myanmar’s Burgeoning Democracy

When Myanmar’s newly-installed government conducted its 2014 census, many of the country’s newly-elected leaders and NGOs were fearful of the impending release of data. They were not concerned about...
4 months ago
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