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Thank you Joshua for considering to do this TDT presentation.
I'm very excited to share this!
I'll definitely cover how I built the blackjack viz, including...
- Pushing the Limits with Tableau (and why you should)
- Random Numbers with Extracts (and Tableau Public)
- Caching with Secondary Data Sources (sounds like fun, right?!)
- Crazy Interactive Dashboards (hiding unused parameters and more!)
Joshua - thanks again for your time today in showing the techniques behind some of your work. Looking forward to implementing some of these in my own dashboards.
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Today's great presentation from Joshua can be watched again using the link below.
I am currently converting the WebEx video file to a .mp4 file and will load this to the Think Data Thursday videos shortly (the link is on the right side of the TDT Group thread) .
Joshua's blog entry and Blackjack game can be found here: http://vizpainter.com/blackjack/
Thank you again to Joshua Mulligan for this excellent presentation!!!!
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Recording link (in WebEx format) posted. I'll have a mp4 format file done here once the conversion and upload process is complete.
The presentation may be rewatched here:
or via the TDT Recordings here: The specified item was not found.
I've attached the workbook that I used during the presentation (it's slightly different and a little cleaned up from the Tableau Public version).
Also, here are some resources for some of the techniques used:
Random Numbers with Extracts
Sheet Selection / Sheet Swapping
BlackJack - TDT.twbx 1.0 MB
It was very nice presentation -- perfect level of detail and some nice background on your vizes. Thanks for presenting.
Thank you very much Jim! It was a pleasure.
Thank you, John for your kinds words!
Joshua, great presentation! I learned quite a few tricks that I'm excited to put to use