Tag Archives: data visualization

Film & Cinema Industry Analysis

Author: Alyssa CarterCharles FatunbiJohn Tan, and William Bunyaner

1. Introduction

Today, movies provide entertainment to people all over the world. The movie industry has grown into a large revenue generating industry with the top movies generating over a billion dollars in ticket sales. The release of new movies and the enormous sales generated from their success like that of Black Panther, which generated over $1 billion in sales just 28 days after the release, have sparked our interest in what attributes have been associated with highly successful movie releases both in the US and around the world.… Read more

Visual Comparison of Brands in Formula 1 Racing

Author: Benjamin HewittTroy SonnleitnerKevin Schuh

1. Executive Summary

Formula 1 racing is largely regarded as the most advanced and challenging form of motorsport in the world.  The drivers are the best of the best and the teams spend millions, if not billions, on technological development and team operations every year.  Every race season is made up of approximately 20 races, or grand prix, each taking place in a different country.  Teams are allowed to compete with 2 cars at every grand prix.  Each team produces their own chassis, but can buy their engines from another team or manufacturer. … Read more

Analysis of United States Olympic Medal

Author: Mitchel BergEric Fleming, Samuel Studinger, and Alec Tostenrud

1. Introduction

After the relatively poor performance of U.S. in the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, we found it a unique opportunity to look at the placement of U.S. in the Olympics over the years to determine if the country’s success has really been changing. To explore this opportunity, we used an Olympic reference dataset (https://www.sports-reference.com/olympics/) that contained information on every athlete’s Olympic results including events participated in, medal placing, country represented, and place of birth.

2. Objective

The objectives of our analysis were:

  1. Determine whether the United States’ Olympic dominance has been declining in recent history
  2. Create a visual way to see a country’s success in the Olympic Games
  3. Explore results from an internal perspective within the United States

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Find a Living Place with the Help of Data Visualization Techniques

Author: Swaminathan Ramesh Sashi

1. Introduction

When you move into a new city, do you wonder which area is the best for living? In this article, I use data visualization techniques to help a family find the best area to live in Seattle. Although other cities can also be analyzed in a similar way, Seattle is chosen as an example because of ready availability of public datasets.

2. Analysis

2.1 Software used

Tableau 9.2, Excel, and R.

2.2 Dataset

The dataset is built from multiple sources. These sources are excel sheets containing various bits of data that make up the problem set.… Read more

Data Visualization with 911 Phone Records

Author: Swaminathan Ramesh Sashi

1. Introduction

Data visualization is a useful tool to analyze exploratory data and display the results. This article attempts to explain a few data visualization exercises which aim to analyze a composite dataset consisting of 911-phone records as well as the subsequent police report filings.

2. Analysis

2.1 Software used

Tableau 9.2 and Excel.

2.2 Dataset

The dataset consists of the following variables derived from the website of UW Madison Police Department:
Incident number (a unique id), incident date, incident time, location, zip codes, significance, incident description, and incident type. The dataset includes data from the years 2012-2015.… Read more