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Would anyone be interested in a monthly meeting to present what we've learned on Tableau - I'm thinking the Board Room, nice big screens, Webex for anyone remote, maybe even tea and biscuits... what does the group think?
Very impressive! We have worked with AxisMaps for many years, they have a tremendous amount of knowledge in this space, and they have a colour picker http://colorbrewer2.org/#type=sequential&scheme=BuGn&n=3 which will help choose evidence-based colour schemes for maps of varying data types. Worth checking out to add to the bookmarks. Thanks for sharing!
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