Showing posts from December, 2016

The inevitable first post explaining the choice of name …

Hello & welcome to my data visualisation blog demonCoreData . It has been almost five years since I left* professional archaeology. Over that time I attempted to carve out a new career in IT and, over the past couple of years in particular, in the field of data visualisation. I still retain my passion for archaeology, but I currently work as a Tableau developer for a large IT company here in Belfast. Outside of work, I use the skills I’ve gained in Tableau to produce visualisations of various datasets that interest and intrigue me. Some visualisations I do as a means of expanding my skillset; some I do to think through work-based challenges using non-sensitive data that can be freely shared with colleagues and subject matter experts; and some I just do for the sheer joy of seeing raw data turn into images and jump around the screen! Rather than post the visualisations I create solely to my Tableau Public page, I’ve been thinking that it would be nice to have a place where