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Cincinnati Tableau User Group Event #2


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Cincinnati Tableau User Group Event #2

  1. 1. Tableau USER GROUP CINCINNATI Event #2 – Cincinnati Iron Viz
  2. 2. 2 ARRIVE & NETWORK Grab a bite to eat, socialize with other Tableau users, and grab a chair for the event. COMPETITION START Competitors will get 30 minutes to build a viz. We’ll be checking in on teams throughout the 30 minutes. JUDGING Each team will get a few minutes to discuss their viz, and then Judges will provide feedback. AGENDA 5:30 Introduce the local Cincinnati User Group and details of the Cincinnati Iron Viz INTRODUCTION 6:00 6:15 6:45 7:30 SOCIALIZE Talk to your local Tableau users and discuss Tableau related items
  3. 3. 3 JOIN US You Should Join The Cincinnati Tableau User Group - Biz Markie Please Join The Cincinnati User Group Page http://community.tableau. com/groups/midwest
  4. 4. 4 Administrators ERIC DUELL JEFF SHAFFER KRIS STILL CRAIG WORTMAN VP of Analytics and Intelligence E.W. Scripps Company Vice President, IT and Analytics Unifund Human Capital Analytics Consultant Fifth Third Bank Data Analyst Unifund Adjunct Professor of Data Visualization at the University of Cincinnati. Adjunct Professor of Data Visualization at the University of Cincinnati. Lead Human Capital Analytics Consultant at Fifth Third Bank. Tableau Desktop and Server user for four years. Tableau Desktop and Server user for four years. @ericduell @HighVizAbility @WortmanCraig
  5. 5. 5 GROUP LEADER @russellspangler RUSSELL SPANGLER Sr. BI Analyst Senior Business Intelligence Analyst at Unifund. Adjunct Professor for Data Management at the University of Cincinnati. Master of Science and Bachelor of Science in Information Systems. Tableau Server administrator and Tableau desktop user for about 4 Years.
  6. 6. 6 NEXT EVENT Wednesday May 6th University of Cincinnati Carl H. Lindner College of Business More details will be posted to the user group page.
  7. 7. 7 OTHER EVENTS University of Cincinnati Professional Training Courses Excel Analytics (March 26, 27) training/analytics-in-excel.html Introduction to Data Mining (April 2, 3) training/introduction-to-data-mining.html Advance Data Mining (April 23, 24) training/advanced-data-mining.html UC Analytics Summit 2015 (May 29)
  8. 8. 8 OfficialTableauTrain Tableau Training coming to Cincinnati Tableau Fundamentals 2-Day Class (Blue Ash) Monday, April 13, 2015 - Tuesday, April 14, 2015 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM Tableau Advanced 2-Day Class (Blue Ash) Monday, April 13, 2015 - Tuesday, April 14, 2015 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
  10. 10. RULES Teams will be given 30 Minutes to build their viz Teams are comprised of one or more team members Teams are allowed to use notes and outside data sources, images and fonts (which can be downloaded before the competition) Teams will be given a few minutes to present their viz to the judges before judges score their viz 10
  11. 11. THE Data  National Inventory of Dams from the US Army Corps of Engineers  74,096 Rows with 56 Columns  Dam description, design, longitude, latitude, purpose, river, state, year built, height, length, storage, surface area  Details about the data and description of the data points can be found here: 11
  12. 12. SCORING  Scores are out of a 100 points  20 pts – Story Telling Does your visualization answer the questions you are trying to answer? Does it clearly and concisely tell the story you want to tell?  20 pts - Design & Creativity Did you use any creative techniques to create your visualization? Is your visualization stylish and has consistent formatting?  20 pts – Completeness Is everything presented in your visualization to show your story, are all the pieces of the visualization connected as they should be, are fonts, tooltips, axis, colors created correctly? Are there any pieces that didn’t get finished?  20 pts – Data Visualization Best Practices Did you make a pie chart when you should have made a bar chart? Did you use the best visualization type/chart to present that data? Are you using colors correctly and efficiently?  20 pts - Overall Do all the pieces of your visualization ‘flow’ together? Does the viz have a professional design, look and feel? Does it engage and captivate the reader? Anything additional that isn’t accounted for in the other categories? 12
  13. 13. 13 TEAMS Team Members: Scott Behler Team Members: Craig Wortman (@WortmanCraig) Rhea Buttelwerth (@RheaButtel) Team Members: Preetham Datla (@preetham18) Jhinak Sen (@JhinakSen) Pratish Nair (@pratishnair) Apruv Singh Aman Pawar TEAM 1 -DataVIZOSITY TEAM 2-UniVIZERS TEAM 3 - VIZIONARIES Team Members: Kris Still (@stillkr) Ryan Xuereb Team Members: Michael Carrico Mitch Bahr Cuong Vu Smart Khaewsukkho Team Members: Rema Raghavan Shilesh Karunakaran Karthick Vaidhyanathan Vijayaraghavan Ravi TEAM 4- 5/3 ANALYTICS TEAM 5 - BAR CHART RESCUE TEAM 6 - CHITRAM
  14. 14. 14 JUDGES JEFF SHAFFER BRIDGETCOGLEY Vice President, IT and Analytics Unifund Senior Consultant Data Intensity Adjunct Professor of Data Visualization at the University of Cincinnati. 2014 Iron Viz Competitor. Leading consultant for Data Intensity for data analysis, data visualization, and Tableau.
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