Who doesn’t like cute animal pictures? A while ago I found the Pet Food Manufacturers Association’s Annual Report, which featured not only a bar chart to use for #MakeoverMonday but also a bunch of really adorable pictures of pets.
I’ll be honest, I did not see this one coming… whiskey???
But hey, it’s a great dataset, nice and simple, and the three best vizzes win a bottle of whiskey. So let’s go from there…
This week we’re collaborating with Equal Measures 2030 and Tableau Public for International Women’s Day, using a dataset that shows how well policymakers across different countries are informed about five particular issues relating to women and girls.
For week 9 we’re analysing data looking at a number of different economic indicators which in combination make up the summary index of economic freedom.
I investigated further and found heartbreaking news reports and investigative stories about hunger and despair in Venezuela
For this week’s Makeover Monday we’re looking at export statistics of pharmaceuticals by country.
Germany is featuring very prominently again after last week’s Winter Olympics data.
I never realised that Germany has won the most medals overall in the Winter Olympics
During week 6 we’re kicking off a #BlackHistoryMonth collaboration with #VizForSocialGood, #StorytellingWithData and Data for Democracy to focus on topics highlighting integration (or lack thereof) over the past few decades and centuries.
I like getting shit done and I want to share with you how I approach my workday and maximise my time, in the hope that some of these ideas will resonate with and help you.
For week 5 of 2018, Andy picked a nice simple dataset, looking at the profit per second of the 25 most profitable US companies.
I had heard about turkeys and about vultures but not about turkey vultures and much less about birds called Butterball and Steamhouse. I decided this had to be a Makeover Monday challenge and I’m really glad it has been well received so far this week.