Greatest HitsStunning data visualization examples from across the web created with Tableau Public.
Niccolò Cirone looks at the correlation between "Slumification" and various statistics used to track progress on the Millennium Development Goals.
Tableau's own Oliver Linder uses data from the Federal Statistical Office to visualize the trends in road accidents on German streets (Blue shades indicate the severity of the accident; Red/grey shades the total number of affected people).
John Keltz of Numbers Box visualizes the spatial distribution of champion trees in the United States.
Tangible Vitz created these maps that show which subway stations have the most entries and exits throughout the day.
David Pires of CACI turned his to-do list for his New York vacation into a mobile-friendly viz.
Chris DeMartini uses story points to show some of the circumstances jump plots can be used. Check out the accompanying post on datablick for details how to make this #VizHacking yourself.
Mac Bryla explores the recently divulged Australian data for cell phones and internet usage in this storypoints visualization.