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#Data19 Session “Zen Master: Design Secrets for a Non-Designer”

#Data19 Session “Zen Master: Design Secrets for a Non-Designer”

Thank you Chantilly Jaggernauth (@chanjagg) for some great tips! My favorite being the use of templates, and icons with detailed examples. But don’t take my word for it, watch it here…

#WORKOUTWEDNESDAY2019 WEEK 48

#WORKOUTWEDNESDAY2019 WEEK 48

Can you build a bar chart that automatically combines small contributions? Requirements Dashboard 1100 x 900 – 1 sheet Create a bar chart that dynamically combines States based on the percentage of total contributing Sales For states beneath the threshold, they should be combined into […]

Activity tracking

Activity tracking

Another FitBit Dashboard. The usage of BANs (Big A** Numbers) is helpful in visualization best practices. I also threw in a sparkline so that you can really quickly see if I’m going to get more steps than prior years. I need to step it up.

Why do my feet hurt?

Why do my feet hurt?

If you haven’t automated your data with IFTTT yet, you should check it out! I have IFTTT.com set up to log to google drive every time I sync my fitbit steps to my phone. update 4/6/19 broke it out by year:

A Year of Knoxville Rainfall

A Year of Knoxville Rainfall

Recent flooding in my hometown lead me to wonder how much rain did we get in one day compared to a normal year.


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