Jon Dugger is a father of three, husband of one. He fancies himself an artist, analyst, and adventurer and loves spending time with his family and friends. During the day Jon helps people see insights in their data differently, or at least tries. Below are some information visualizations created with Tableau Software, that his ego, Jimmy Dale, expects you to love.
Tuesday, August 30, 2016
Take a look at these "Superstore" works of art and you'll begin to see the untethered ability of Tableau Desktop.
Sunday, April 12, 2015
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Thursday, September 18, 2014
Monday, April 14, 2014
This data tells a rather compelling story. America is by far the worlds most prominent country in terms of gun ownership (firearms per 100k capita), however we are not the worlds most dangerous country in term of fatalities by firearms. Also note the steady decline in firearm homicides over time. What's up with that? Are we becoming more civilized (or at a minimum, more tolerant)?
At the end of the day, gun ownership has such deep cultural roots that it'd be impossible to rid it. We are a gun society!
Sunday, March 23, 2014
Using Tableau’s Superstore dataset as the source, each bubble is a product (disaggregated data). Size is sales amount. Color is profit. Each column is a department.
The goal of this view is to provoke interaction. A colleague here at Tableau called it visual data mining and I agree. There is a lot going on in one screen that does truly provide you with a unique view, which could lead to unique insight!