I can start my lunch overlooking the Douro River and finish my dessert by the sea. Walking through the steep cobbled streets makes me feel that I deserve all the 2000 calories of my Francesinha. The numerous quintessential shops offer the possibility to admire traditional Portuguese designs while tasting the local products. Where else can I have coffee in an old art decó café that … Continue reading 24 Reasons why I easily fell in love with Porto
Since I have stumbled in Tableau and its amazing community it is hard not to have fun with data. This collaborative community of extraordinary people is always celebrating knowledge, inspiring one another and revolutionizing the data visualization limits. An incredible encouragement for one to push its own boundaries, adventure in new fields and meet amazing people along the way. Last year, inspired by the Dear Data and Dear … Continue reading You’ve got mail… Data Chain Mail
“Everest – a challenge for some, a final destination for others” a visualization in Tableau that taught me much more than if statements, best practices or context filters. After watching the movie ‘Everest’ (highly recommended) it was apparent to me how little my knowledge was in relation to the Mount Everest and the people ‘linked’ to it. It made sense that I should look into … Continue reading Everest – What’s behind the numbers?
I’m thrilled to say that I recently started my expedition in data visualization. With a background in health, I’m not a data wizard or techie person but after stumbling into tableau software and having a feel of what I could do with few clicks of a button, I developed a crush for data visualization and storytelling through maps, lines and bar charts. For a beginner … Continue reading Data visualization – Overwhelming at first, sometimes disheartening but above all exciting
My relationship with Data has always been an unhealthy one, a love/ hate kind of relationship with happy and frustrating days in the mix. On my Uni days, when data was presented in a monochromatic colour palette and pie charts were literally used as if they were Portuguese custard tarts – we could not have enough of them – I would avidly welcome those dull … Continue reading Visualizing a whole new World with Tableau