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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Thanks for visiting the blog – if you are visiting here as a result of my Tableau European Customer Conference session, welcome along. The best way to keep up to date with new posts is via my twitter feed (@acotgreave).
My session was all about tooltips, and ways you can use them to enhance your visualisation and make your audience’s lives a lot easier. I have posts on various tooltip topics:
If tooltips aren’t your thing, then have a browse of the blog for other Tableau tips and tricks.
At the time of writing, the conference workbook I used isn’t yet available for download. Follow me on twitter where I will update everyone when it is put onto the Tableau Conference website. There will also be a video recording of the session should you wish to revisit some of the specific content.