An art gallery based on data visualizations designed with passion using Tableau and Alteryx.
The first DATA meets ART gallery took place in Luxembourg in July 2019. A fine selection of dashboards were printed on display and accompanied by a large touch screen to provide interaction with the visualizations, bringing data experts as well as novices closer to the technology and profession of data analytics and visualizations.
HOW MUCH WATER DOES YOUR FOOD REQUIRE?
How much water our food drinks, courtesy of the Water Footprint Network and UNESCO.
RUN WALK RIDE
Andy Cotgreave’s 744 Strava activities between January 2012 and July 2019, mapped.
MY LOCAL ROUTES
Over 7 years I have walked all the paths around my village. This is what that looks like in Strava.
Andy Kriebel recreates the Financial Times Visual Vocabulary in Tableau. An interactive workbook to assist data analysts to select the optimal symbology for data visualisation.
©Andy Kriebel ©Financial Times
THE #MAKEOVERMONDAY NETWORK
Using twitter tagging data to depict a year in the #MakeoverMondaydata visualization community.
©Sebastián Soto Vera
EU ETS: COMBATTING CLIMATE CHANGE?
The European Union launched the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS): Combatting Climate Change? Entry for Iron Viz Europe 2019
COAL PLANTS MAKE EUROPE SICK
Based on the Report: “Last Gasp The coal companies making Europe sick” (2018). This report is an initiative of the Europe Beyond Coal campaign, under the responsibility of Climate Action Network Europe.
STAR WARS SCREEN TIME ANALYSIS
Jacob Olsufkaanalyzed the screen time of both light and dark side characters in all seven installments of the Star Wars saga.
SMALL COUNTRIES ARE BEAUTIFUL
195 countries are measured across eight different attributes and give one in seven grades. The circles are sized by GDP per capita.
BEER IN EUROPE
Tristan Guillevin explores beer production and consumption in Europe.
WORD USAGE IN SACRED TEXTS
Ken Flerlage visualizes a comparison of word usage between six sacred texts.
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