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.
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:
2015 was a challenging year for humanity. The plight of refugees was never far from the headlines, as multiple catastrophes unfolded across the globe.
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.
- Where From?
- Where To?
- What Religious Affiliation?
- Appendix 1: Sourcing the Raw Data
- Appendix 2: Setting up the Data in SQL
- Appendix 3: Analysis in SQL
- Appendix 4: Visualizing in Tableau