Human Trafficking Data Visualization: Reviz Project

Human Trafficking Tableau visualization
Human Trafficking Tableau visualization

Click here to see the live version on Tableau Public

It’s month two of the #RevizProject – a data visualization project from Matt Chambers, Nelson Davis and Alex Duke – open to the Tableau community. Following on from last month’s entry, I finally found the time and headspace to attempt this month’s visualization.

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Makeover Monday: Wage growth in English Football leagues

Tableau masters Andy Kriebel and Andy Cotgreave run a weekly data visualization challenge, Makeover Monday, where they invite the Tableau community to partake in creating their own version of a data visual that has been recently published.

Continuing the recent football trend on this blog, the #MakeoverMonday challenge was visualize the increase in professional footballer’s wages in the UK leagues and improve upon the original chart published in the Daily Mail.

Here’s my take:

Tableau chart of football wages

View it here on Tableau.

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Refugees resettling in the U.S. in 2015: where from, where to and who?

2015 was a challenging year for humanity. The plight of refugees was never far from the headlines, as multiple catastrophes unfolded across the globe.

Origin and state maps

This case study has two aims: first, to show facts on the numbers and details of refugees resettled into the U.S. in 2015, and, second, to discuss the methodology to help and inspire others to explore the data.

Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Where From?
  3. Where To?
  4. What Religious Affiliation?
  5. Appendix 1: Sourcing the Raw Data
  6. Appendix 2: Setting up the Data in SQL
  7. Appendix 3: Analysis in SQL
  8. Appendix 4: Visualizing in Tableau

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