In my previous post I used Google Data Studio to visualise the donation data from Games Done Quick.
Games Done Quick (GDQ) is an awesome event that raises millions of dollars for charities such as Médecins Sans Frontières and the Prevent Cancer Foundation. If that wasn’t cool enough, they do this by hosting week long events where speed runners complete video games as quickly as possible and livestream it over Twitch.
I’ve used the same data, but used Tableau to make a different version of the dashboard. It renders better on mobile right now, using Tableau 10‘s responsive device design. Let me know what you think, how it compares to Data Studio and what cool insights you find in the comments below.
But as GDQ reminded me, there are factors that can affect which games and runners get attributed the donation. So please bear that in mind with looking through the data.
@Datasaurus_Rex @CarcinogenSDA Donation incentives, prizes, time of day, previous and following games, etc. all play a factor as well.
— Games Done Quick (@GamesDoneQuick) October 20, 2016