My first attempt at #MakeOverMonday

Understanding the dataset

Using Tableau to explore the dataset

  1. I used the bubble chart to show the sub-continents and the total number of countries in those continents. For instance, the sub-continents in Africa are Western Africa(64 countries showing women between the ages of 15–49 has only 16 percent of the women using contraceptives), Eastern Africa(74 countries showing women between the ages of 15–49 has 18 percent of the women using contraceptives), Southern Africa(20 countries and just 5 percent of the women use both contraceptives) and Northern Africa(28 countries and 7 percent of the women use contraceptives).
  2. The map was used for showing a comparison between women that want to get pregnant and those that don’t, for each represented country in each continent. For instance, we can see from the map that in Mexico which is located in the Latin America and the Caribbean continent, only 37 percent of the women want to get pregnant. The other 63 percent do not.
  3. The side by side bar chart was used as the filter. It shows the continents, the sub-continents and their countries. Clicking on a bar highlights every other information on the dashboard that is related to a sub-continent and all the countries under that sub-continent.
  4. Finally, the pie-chart just shows the percentage distribution of women in all the Lower-Middle income continents.

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Yomisola Adegeye

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Data Analyst | BI Analyst | Tableau Expert.

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