TC19 | The Dashboard Design Checklist

THE DASHBOARD DESIGN CHECKLIST TABLEAU CONFERENCE 2019 ⋅ LAS VEGAS, NEVADA WHAT YOU’LL LEARN Here are the 16 design decisions behind each of our dashboards. In real time, we’ll leverage 16 aesthetic decisions to transform a lackluster dashboard into a striking composition. As we build in Tableau, we’ll pinpoint when to use each technique and […]

Tableau COVID 19 Dashboard Series

COVID-19 DASHBOARD SERIES EXPLORE YOUR DATA ⋅ UNDERSTAND YOUR REGION ⋅ SHARE WITH YOUR COMMUNITY WELCOME Understand the COVID-19 data that matters to you. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, we want to empower anyone in our country to easily explore and understand the data that’s relevant to them. Using the data set compiled […]

Dashboard 5: Infinite Bubble Charts

Dashboard 5: Infinite Bubble Charts Alright, here we go! This is the final dashboard built with the name data from U.S. social security cards from the 20th century. At first glance, this chart looks simple, but that little slider in the bottom right hand corner enables you to make infinite bubble charts. This dashboard explores […]

Dashboard 4: Finding the Signal in a Scatter Plot’s Noise

Dashboard 4: Finding the Signal in a Scatter Plot’s Noise Hi all! Welcome to Dashboard 4. The three visualizations here dive into the question of how individual names are split between female and male social security cards. Sure, there are many names that gravitate towards a single sex, but there are also a ton of names that […]

Dashboard 3: A Minimalistic Approach to Treemaps

Dashboard 3: A Minimalistic Approach to Treemaps Hi everybody! Ready to build a beautifully simple and addictively engaging dashboard? Dashboard 3 breaks all of those 20th century U.S. social security cards out by the 32,600 unique names in this data set. Tableau scales each name’s rectangle by how many times it occurred, starting with the most […]

Dashboard 2: Four Generations of Family Names

Dashboard 2: Four Generations of Family Names Hey all! Ready for Dashboard 2? We’re going to find people that matter to you in that sea of 32,600 unique first names on 20th century social security cards. In the tutorial, I’ve picked names from the past four generations of women in my family. The line graph creates one […]

Dashboard 1: The Perfect Bar Chart for the Tableau Beginner

Dashboard 1: The Perfect Bar Chart for the Tableau Beginner Hi there! Welcome to the inaugural dashboard from Data Dozen. I’m so glad you’re here. And if you’ve never opened Tableau before, you’re in the right place. I designed this dashboard specifically for you. This bar chart will give you a peek into the best of Tableau: […]