#MakeoverMonday 2020 Week 21: Revenues by music format over time
I’m back in the #MakeoverMonday fold after a break for a number of months. Being a former music journalist I felt obligated to participate in this week’s challenge which involved 40 years of data on US music sales by format. Here’s the original visualisation from an article by Nick Routley.
While the original visualisation was actually quite good and informative, I did give myself an hour or two to have a play in Tableau Public as well as the open-source GNU Image Manipulation Program (with the problematic acronym) where I had a go at designing a custom logo based … Read the rest
Americans at Peace and War | #MakeOverMonday 2020 Week 6
Two weeks in a row now that I’ve managed to get something done for MakeOverMonday. This week’s challenge had us rearranging the visuals of this Washington Post article by Philip Bump titled “Nearly a quarter of Americans have never experienced the U.S. in peace time“.
I’d been procrastinating all week, checking out many great vizzes done by the Tableau community when all of a sudden an alternate design came to me like a bolt from the blue. How about doing something with the inverse of the provided data?
The data provided simply a ‘birth year’ dimension and a … Read the rest