Times Higher Education published a 2015 pay survey in April, but only now I found time to create interactive visualisations showing their data.
I had to edit the table to make it usable in Tableau. I removed the ‘All’ column from the original data source. This column most likely represented weighted means. I couldn’t find any information about how it was calculated, so I only used ‘Female’ and ‘Male’ values. Combined (‘All’) values used in my workbooks are means of these two fields.
I used Edubase data to find additional information about universities, e.g. region or location (available only for HE institutions in England).
Department for Education regularly publishes the list of educational establishments in England and Wales. I was interested in seeing which areas have the largest number of schools with Speech Special Educational Needs Coordinators, and what are the characteristics of those schools. In order to find that out, I created a visualisation in Tableau.
The first tab (‘Map’) is showing the map of educational establishments with or without Speech SENCOs, type of establishment, number of establishments, and total number of pupils.
The second tab (‘Pupils by Region and FSM’) shows a fine-grained description of pupils in different types of educational establishments.
Tableau 9.0 doesn’t include (yet?) post codes in Poland so I created a map that shows them.
I downloaded the post code data from GeoNames and then I added the list to a custom ESRI Nat Geo map layer.
The result is here: