Why is this question important to research?

1) Data Story Created in Tableau: Using the data you’ve found, create a Data Story Presentation in Tableau. Your data story should include:
Include a title page and introduction page in the data story.
A clear purpose of the story – what research question are you answering? Why is this question important to research?
Worksheet and dashboard – depending upon what you’re trying to convey, you may want to include one worksheet per story page or one dashboard with multiple visualizations on a story page. Aim for at least 4-6 story pages of visualizations in your data story (not including title or references pages, etc.). (~8-10 visuals, some alone, some on dashboards)
Use Best Practices for Visualizations & Dashboards – revisit videos, ppt, handout, and resources on these topics. Each visualization & dashboard you use must employ best practices. (You will need to list and describe your specific use of these for Part 2, so take notes as you go!)
Supporting text on each page to advance the story and support the charts – remember the text supports the charts and not the other way around
Images that support the story you’re telling (if applicable)
Interactive views that are incorporated in the story – use the interactions or filters to advance the story
A page with references at the end
What to submit: You’ll want to submit the following 3 files to this folder by the deadline listed in the Course Schedule:
Your Tableau workbook (with the Tableau Story formulated) — only .twbx files are accepted!
The data files you used to create the workbook
Word doc: Brief description of what you need to do to finalize your data story and project (~150 words minimum). (This will also be useful for when you ask for peer feedback in the following class sessions.)
Below I’ll upload the data sets I want presented: only use one of the data sets to create visualizations in Tableau