Rich Country, Rich Citizens? | #MakeOverMonday 2020 Week 7

A trifecta of MakeOverMondays complete! This time I went back to the bar for a visual essay examining country wealth. The dataset showed 2019 wealth values per country and was visualised by Credit Suisse like so:

Which is actually a pretty inviting visual just on its own, though proves to be difficult to interpret if you’re interested in small countries.

After some playing around, I mixed in some population data and began to look at it from the point of view of a citizen. Does living in a rich country mean you might be rich? I then brought in data … Read the rest

A new take on international education student enrolment data by region: Experimenting with Tableau mapping

The Department of Education, Skills and Employment provide the international education sector in Australia with a large amount of very useful data on international students studying within our borders. Much of it is provided in a number of formats – from pivot tables made available through Austrade’s Market Information Package to a range of data visualisations on the Department’s website itself.

Being a data visualisation aficionado and and analytics working in this field for nearly nine years now, I have used these resources heavily. However, one area that I had not particularly visited often was the Department’s international student Read the rest