Andy Kriebel just posted a chart makeover. He’s improved things from Samsung’s initial effort.
However, when comparing different categories over time, I like putting the Dimension onto the column shelf so you get a separate column for each member – this way you can compare their volatility/growth without the lines overlapping each other. This works well when there aren’t too many members in a dimension.
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One of the sessions I delivered at the Tableau European Customer Conference 2013 was entitled “Drive the message home with the right dashboard.”
[Updated – unfortunately the bitly bundle I used for this is no longer available. I recommend instead you read my Design Month posts]
I was delighted to have another chance to deliver my 5 influential vizzes talk at Tableau’s European Customer Conference today. For those of you who couldn’t make it, or want to watch it again, here is a recording of the session I did for Data Science Central:
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The 5 Most Influential Visualizations of All Time from Tim Matteson on Vimeo.
And the slides:
The 5 Most Influential Vizzes of All Time
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