Dataviz

We host the data. You play with it, analyze it, get creative and share it.

Welcome to Dataviz

Want to go further than your data extracts let you? This is your opportunity to analyze all the data and build a compelling dataviz to tell your story.

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Register for our public datasets

Sign up for access to large public datasets hosted on Exasol for visualizations in Tableau and other BI and data visualization tools.

  • These datasets feature in some of the weekly challenges of the #MakeoverMonday project.
  • We host the data, you play with it, analyze it and get creative.
  • Participate in our #MakeoverMonday big data challenges for a chance to have your work featured on our website.
     


     
    Learn more on the Makeover Monday social data project with Exasol and the Tableau community: Let them have all the data
     

Scale your vizualizations as you grow

Get expert feedback to improve the visualization of ever-growing data volumes. Eva Murray, Tableau Zen Master and our very own Exasol’s Tableau evangelist shares best practices. Using Exasol as the analytic database engine to power your Tableau server and client will enable you to harness the power of your data.


Existing Datasets

Discover a selection of public datasets hosted on Exasol.

DEA pain pills database*

Schema: DEA_OPIOIDS
Data source: The Washington Post
Number of records: 178 million
Size of dataset: 29 GB

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Global Daily Temperatures 1833-2017

Schema: MakeoverMonday – Daily Temps
Data source: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Number of records: 176 million
Size of dataset: 24 GB

Download .tds file
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Disclaimer

* If you publish an online story, graphic, map or other piece of journalism based on the DEA pain pills data set, please credit The Washington Post, link to the original source, and send us an email when you’ve hit publish. We want to learn what you discover and will attempt to link to your work as part of cataloguing the impact of this project.