Marvel Movie Analytics: Which Marvel Film is the Most Successful?

Marvel Movie Analytics: Which Marvel Film is the Most Successful?

Since MCU’s debut film, Iron Man, in 2008 we’ve averaged 2 Marvel films a year. Back in December I wrote a post about the Star Wars franchise and how profitable each of the movies have been. So I thought I’d do the same for Marvel, but this time rather than just look at box office performance I thought I’d shake it up a bit and also look at critical reception and reviews.

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Here's a Full Rundown of My Talk at AMES 2016

Here's a Full Rundown of My Talk at AMES 2016

Last week I gave a short talk at AMES 2016. I’ve had a few requests to share the full presentation deck, but I’ve realized that some of the slides may not make a ton of sense without the talking points. So here’s a full run down of the presentation and what I covered.

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Your Web Analytics Data is Lying to You, so Fix it Already

Your Web Analytics Data is Lying to You, so Fix it Already

Yesterday I took part in a webinar discussion with Experian’s Simon Trilsbach on the topic of data quality (DQ). It was a great session and we received some good questions after the presso about how to go about addressing DQ within your business. I wanted to extend the discussion I had with Simon by looking at a practical example of DQ that many marketers probably face without even realizing it. 

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5 Data Visualization Lessons for Creating Winning Infographics

5 Data Visualization Lessons for Creating Winning Infographics

If you liked my last article on data visualization sins check out my latest guest post on Outbrain. In this article I specifically focus on data visualization for infographics. Below is a snippet, but follow the link to Outbain for more juicy examples and tips for designing better data driven infographics.

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