U.S. Corporate Tax Havens

This week I decided to help repurpose some data that wasn’t seeing as much love as I felt it could. The data comes from a couple CNBC articles [1][2] that chose poorly with their visualizations (eg. pies!). The main thing I found interesting in this data was the completely selfish interest of how much tax […]

New Course: D3 The Big Picture

D3 is an incredibly popular way to visualize data on the web, and it’s being used by many web apps you use regularly, as well as data journalist and data scientists. In this course, D3: The Big Picture, you are going to learn all about D3 at a high level. This is just a high-level […]

New Course: Tableau Quick Start

    Tableau is at the top of the food chain when it comes to Data Analytics. I’ve spent several years working intimately with Tableau as a consultant, trainer, and customer. I’ve seen the power that this software has to transform businesses and help them evolve in an ever-changing business landscape. That’s why I feel […]

Finding Time for Everything

We all have a lot going on in our lives and things we want to accomplish. I’ve been fortunate enough to figure out a way to find time for everything I want while maintaining a successful career and family life. The short answer is you have to prioritize and know when to be flexible and […]

Why Millennials Think Different About Work

I’ve been labeled a Millennial because of the year I was born in, 1982. I’m actually right on the cusp, but choose to call myself a Millennial because I associate more with the new progressive views which are commonly attributed to Millennials. I really have come to embrace this label, even though it was bestowed upon […]

D3 Force Layout Basics

Force Layouts in D3 are a fun and engaging way to visualize data. Because they’re so different from how other chart types work it can be difficult to comprehend. In this post I want to walk you through an basic way to learn how D3 Force Layouts work and how to build your first D3 […]

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