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.
We share all our tricks. Our talks and presentations inspire big audiences at conferences as well as small analytics teams. We conceptualize trainings which are 100% customized and empower our customers to maintain our solutions and to adopt them to future challenges.
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.
Established in 2018, our blog has been a learning resource for people in 150 countries to date. Innovative ways to use Tableau are shared by a group of different authors. The Becoming a Tableau Desktop Specialist series has become a standard resource to prepare for Tableau’s Desktop Specialist Certification exam.
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Aug 25, 2020
Drill-Downs and Drill-Ups in Tableau without CONTAINS
As a constant visitor on Klaus’ blog I came across the blog series of Drill-Downs and Drill-Ups in Tableau. Rosario introduced the general technique in this post. Rosario and Klaus leverage the technique in their piece on Exploration Dashboards with Multiple Drill-Downs. Klaus, Rosario, and Robert Crocker also presented a use case in the context of P&Ls.
Aug 13, 2020
Squared Sankey P&Ls in Tableau
Squared Sankey P&Ls in Tableau is a joint work of Liam Spencer & Klaus Schulte. Earlier this year, I (Klaus) published a P&L visualization, that grabbeb some attention on Twitter:
Aug 8, 2020
Drill-Down and Drill-Up without SPLIT and FINDNTH
Drill-Down and Drill-Up without SPLIT and FINDNTH. — This post is an addition to previous posts on this blog and on Rosario Gauna’s blog. Rosario introduced the general technique in this post. Rosario and I leverage the technique in our piece on Exploration Dashboards with Multiple Drill-Downs. Together with Robert Crocker, we’ve also presented a […]
Jul 14, 2020
Creating Lollipop-Jitter Plots in Tableau
A few days ago, I came across this tweet by We are R-Ladies, who linked an original post by Cédric Scherer from last year. Cédric developed R code to create something that I would call a Lollipop-Jitter plot. This cool chart has it all, the overall picture and the granular details. Really great work! Also […]