The Tableau WannaBe Podcast
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Aug. 17, 2017 · 00:39:21
Was Clear Graph clearly a good decision? Matt and Emily provide their thoughts on the newest tableau release, and M& &E give a rundown on community events such as The Vizzies Awards and The Fringe Festival. Learn more about ClearGraph https://www.tableau.com/about/press-releases/2017/tableau-acquires-natural-language-query-startup-cleargraph https://youtu.be/NTrWpphSKtY Nominate your favorite non-zen master for any of the Vizzies categories. www.tinyurl.com/2017vizzies Check out this mobile viz by Rob Crocker (link to register is in the viz) for TFF APAC conference on August 25th, 8:45a-5:15pm AEST. http://bit.ly/TFFAPACViz
July 13, 2017 · 00:37:33
Chloe Tseng and Brit Cava join Emily on the podcast to discuss the evolution of Viz for Social Good & She Talks Data. Hear why they started those initiatives & tips to be a change-maker. Check out Viz for Social Good and get updates on the UNDG virtual conference at: https://www.vizforsocialgood.com Learn more about She Talks Data: https://www.shetalksdata.com/ Find out more information about the Data Innovation Lab at: https://data-innovation.unsystem.org/
June 28, 2017 · 00:36:30
Craig Bloodworth of The Information Lab joins us to talk about the reinvigorated tableaumapping.bi , & uses his tableau wish he had in reserves. Check out Craig's mapping tool here: https://beta.tableaumapping.bi/map
June 21, 2017 · 00:30:32
In this episode, Matt & Emily chat about data17 London recaps including Neil Richards thought provoking post. We also chatted about how it sucks when you're topic isn't selected for conference (but never fear, TFF is here)! And the Iron Viz safari feeder (due 25 June). Check out the blogposts here: Neil Richards https://questionsindataviz.wordpress.com/2017/06/11/do-we-publish-visualisations-just-for-the-attention/ Rebecca Roland : https://vizalicious.com/2017/06/09/post-tcot-london-starting-with-strangers-leaving-with-friends/ Apply to be a speaker at TFFAPAC here: http://bit.ly/TFFAPAC17 Check out Iron Viz Safari contest here: https://public.tableau.com/en-us/s/blog/2017/06/iron-viz-goes-safari-enter-contest-wild-wild-viz Take our survey : tinyurl.com/twpsurvey
June 7, 2017 · 00:20:18
#data17 is over, what a great time we had, here's our review of the week. Thanks for listening!!
June 7, 2017 · 00:21:41
We talked to David Pires, of Interworks, hot off the stage after winning the inaugural Iron Iron Viz Europe.
June 7, 2017 · 00:31:57
We talked to Neil Richards from HESA about how he found Tableau, his growth in the community over the last two years and his experience of speaking at #data17
June 7, 2017 · 00:23:14
We talked to Jeff Bernson from PATH about how they have utilised the Tableau community in a project that aims to to rid Zambia of malaria by 2021
June 6, 2017 · 00:25:47
We talked to Ryan Sleeper of Ryanspeeper.com and www.practicaltableau.com about his new book, his tableau 201 blog and how he approaches his data viz.
June 6, 2017 · 00:31:05
We talked to The Information Lab founder Tom Brown about his approach to hiring, why and how he set up The Data School
June 6, 2017 · 00:15:33
We talked ExaSol's Eva Murray about her journey to Tableau, moving overseas and fast data.
June 6, 2017 · 00:14:08
We talked to Biztory's Matthew Miller on Shoes, dataviz and his new project OrbitInsights https://twitter.com/orbitinsights
June 2, 2017 · 00:22:35
TCOT Teaser In this episode, Matt & Emily discuss the upcoming Tableau on Tour in London where Matt and Emily will be podcasting live! Is TCOT even ready for this level of super excitement? They covered off a few sessions that piqued their interest (spoiler alert: Tomas Foldi and Ryan Sleeper are among the sessions top of their list. Stop by and say hi if you're at TCOT! We'd love to chat with you!
May 10, 2017 · 00:46:40
It's a big episode...the Big Book of Dashboards has arrived! 67% of the authors stop by the podcast to discuss the book, the process for writing it, and more. Steve Wexler and Andy Cotgreave also answer listener questions! Emily also makes an appeal for it being available on an e-reader. http://www.bigbookofdashboards.com/
April 26, 2017 · 00:12:10
#openvisconf Day 2 didn't disappoint Emily recaps day2 which started off with an apology, had its fill of empathy, & entertainment. Two notable references from Day 2: Lisa Charlotte Ross's blog: https://lisacharlotterost.github.io/ Amy Cesal's Data Vis Style Guide Info: https://sunlightfoundation.com/2014/03/12/datavizguide/
April 25, 2017 · 00:16:26
Emily sets off on an OpenVis adventuring, recalling Day 1 of the OpenVis Conference hosted by @bocoup Some of the highlights from yesterday: Amelia McNamara's presentation https://twitter.com/ameliamn/status/856570940464840705 Timeline resources from @mattbrehmer https://twitter.com/emily1852/status/856543051153625088 Stay tuned for Em's day 2 recap!
April 24, 2017 · 00:33:43
Emily & Matt finally catch up & chat about @openvisconf, Tableau subscription pricing, 10.3 beta, & major squeals: Iron Viz in London! Em also shares her tiny tips from the week on cell size & show me to evaluate: https://vimeo.com/213641526 https://vimeo.com/213641230 Don't forget to follow Em @emily1852 as she tweets from OpenVis in Boston.
April 19, 2017 · 00:18:19
Alex & Em When Matt's away, Emily hijacks the podcast to interview her son Alex. They go through his thought process for selecting a chart for his science fair project. Check out the video that accompanies the audio. https://vimeo.com/210137519
March 15, 2017 · 00:30:30
We talked about workouts on this episode of the Tableau Wannabe Podcast with Emma Whyte and Andy Kriebel. We learned how the idea came to fruition, who skill level you need to workout, & how it works. To learn more about Workout Wednesday, visit Emma’s blog at womanindata.com/uk or Andy’s blog at vizwiz.com.
March 9, 2017 · 00:27:41
This week we talk about all the new features in 10.2 and what we would like to see in the next version, we are just never satisfied. Plus Emilys Tiny Tableau Tip