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Best AI and ML Applications of the Past Month—September 06, 2018

Autonomous underwater robot hunter will take on the invasive lionfish Twenty-five years ago, lionfish started invading coastal waters in the Americas, and the species is now causing damage to the local ecosystems from Venezuela, through the Caribbean, and up the East Coast of the United States. Since most of these fish are genetically similar, the …

Best AI and ML Applications of the Past Month—August 09, 2018

With other projects on our plate, we’re reducing our newsletter frequency from biweekly to monthly. Speaking of other projects, if you’re looking for a team to help apply machine learning or data science to a new product or existing workflow, we currently have space to bring on a new client, so drop us a note. …

How to develop your dashboard design process

When you spend a lot of time building dashboards, you tend to develop an approach or ways that make it easy to create the next one. After a while, you realize there are always ways to improve your design process in general. A while ago, I wrote a blog post about implementing the best practices in your dashboards. …

To Jitter or Not to Jitter

In week 31 of the #MakeoverMonday challenge hosted by Zen masters Andy Kriebel and Eva Murray on the Big Mac index, I built a visualization that made use of a jitter plot to show the purchasing power parity among nations. I decided on a circle view to display this type of data so it will …

How to build small multiple gauge chart in Tableau

In my previous blog post, I did a walkthrough of my data prep process for the Iron Viz competition. In this post, I will dive into the steps I took to build the small multiple gauge chart. As I mentioned in my previous post, I tweaked Ken Flerlage’s version of this chart to be able …