We are passionate data visualization artists and finance & controlling experts. We know and understand finance departments’ challenges and design highly performant Tableau dashboards to support their processes in the best possible way.
We use SQL, Tableau Prep and other tools to prepare finance & controlling data and leverage advanced analytics. Our data sources are trustworthy and optimized for visualization purposes.
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CO data and vizjockey.com are led by Dr. Klaus Schulte. Klaus is a professor of controlling at Münster School of Business at FH Münster in Germany. He won Iron Viz at Tableau Conference Europe in 2018 and has been recognized as a Tableau Zen Master.
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Sep 15, 2023
14 Tips to Let Your Tableau Income Statement Shine
I recently shared my makeover of the Tableau Income Statement (+Budget) accelerator on LinkedIn and on Tableau Public. It’s a pure Tableau viz, without any data preparation or map layers in place. I have used several tricks here, to achieve this layout in a one sheet view and I’m happy to share them all 🤓. […]
Nov 16, 2022
Converting NetCDF files to .hyper for use in Tableau
Recently, Klaus Schulte asked for some help with wrestling NetCDF files into Tableau. To help out, I wrote up a little Python script to pull the data out and convert it to a .hyper file for use in Tableau and figured that I should go ahead and document how to work with NetCDF in Tableau and […]
Oct 12, 2022
World Population Cartograms
In one of my recents projects, I’ve created a world population cartogram. In such a map, country size represents population. Each one-by-one square stands for 500,000 people. Each country exists of as many squares as needed to represent its population. About Cartograms According to Max Roser, founder of OurWorldInData, this is “the map we need […]
Oct 6, 2022
One-Sheet Marginal Histograms
Marginal histograms are great to find patterns in your data. Especially when working with date or time fields, they’re one of my preferred chart type to start my analysis. Steve Wrexler has written about the usefulness of marginal histograms in more depth in this blog. Make sure to check it out (and all other blogs […]