Agnieszka first discovered the power of data analytics having studied maths and stats, which introduced her to a career in infrastructure asset management using Geographic Information Systems.
After being drawn into the amazing universe of big data at a credit bureau, Agnieszka fell in love with Tableau’s ability to produce valuable insights and jumped at the opportunity to learn from the best at The Information Lab’s Data School.
Outside of scatter plots and looking for commas in code, Agnieszka loves getting off the beaten track in a 4×4 and capturing the world’s beauty through a Nikon lens.
...in California ranging from the late 19th century to 1946!Today we got a very 'old school' dataset as well as a very 'old school' Tableau. In fact we got challenged to use an older version that doesn't have many of the capabilities we take for granted in newer...
Today's challenge was aimed at survey data and my topic was highlighting Education attainment in the USA.My initial concept was to try highlight any impacts of the economic crisis on the education system in the US. Unfortunately the survey data is not recent enough to...
The challenge assigned today was to investigate copyright complaints from Google's Transparency Report. It did take a few attempts, but eventually the data was downloaded as a team effort (Thank you Collin).DS17 did however end up taking over the WiFi at the office...
Day 1 of dashboard week: Is pH changing in the US and Canada?
Neat trick to help limit the rendering on dashboard selections
A quick overview that may help first time users identify the differences between these similar functions