TALKIN' ABOUT DATA

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Hello,

I'm Filippo Mastroianni

Data Driven Journalism, Data Visualization, dashboards and analytics.

Tableau Desktop 10 Qualified Associate, Tableau Featured Author, Tableau Ambassador.

I give voice to the numbers and the stories they have to tell, designing engaging graphics and writing news stories for Il Sole24Ore. I joined The Information Lab Italia in March 2017 as Data Analyst, Tableau/Alteryx Consultant.

With over five years of experience in online and print media, I am a reliable, dedicated and well-read young freelance data journalist. I have proven ability to pitch and write balanced, informative and compelling news stories to tight deadlines. I am confident in researching, writing and editing on a wide range of topics.


Education
Università degli Studi

Bachelor degree of Science in Communication

Politecnico di Milano

Architectural Engineering

Liceo Scientifico A.Banfi

A-Level Scientific Lyceum


Experience
Tableau/Alteryx Consultant

The Information Lab Italia

Data Journalist

Il Sole24Ore

Marketing Specialist

AudioNova Italia


My Skills
Data Visualization
Tableau
Alteryx
Data Analysis

4

Viz of the Day

64

Vizzes on Tableau Public

Several

Dashboards published on Il Sole24Ore

Several

Illustrations Made

WHAT CAN I DO

Analytics

I help organizations make data-driven decisions.

Business Consultancy

I use Tableau and Alteryx to help companies make sense of data.

Dashboard Design

I create valuable and engaging dashboards.

Data Journalism

I write news stories and design dataviz suitable for use in Journalism.

Illustrations

I use graphic software to improve my viz with icons and illustrations.

It's All About Data

Everything revolves around data, and more so every day. My work too.

SOME OF WORK

Serie A Transfer Market

It's time to get back to work, after the deserved break. And with it also a new football season started two weeks ago.

Every year summer means not only holiday and sea, but also tranfer market. For this reason I collected and analysed  transfer market data with and .

First of all, with the help of Federica Ferrarini, one of the best with Alteryx, I collected data from Tranfertmarkt, and created my dataset thanks to this Alteryx workflow:



After that I started working on Tableau, building my Viz. I choose to use a kind if graph I never used before. A radar chart to show where every team spent more money to improve their group of players (in percentage). This graph is interesting to show multiple variables, but they need to be organised in a way that make sense to the reader. 

This Viz was finally published on Info Data - Il Sole24Ore, at this link: 

Click below and go to the interactive Viz!

Wages and Retributions

According to data published by Istat on April 27, regarding collective bargaining and contractual wages, the contractual hourly wage index shows an increase of 0.1% in March compared to the previous month. A percentage that grows up to 0.4% compared to March 2016. Overall, after the first three months of the new year, the average hourly wage is 0.4% higher than the corresponding quarter last year.

I Analysed these data from Istat with a new viz, published on Info Data - Il Sole24Ore. You can read the entire article at this link:
http://www.infodata.ilsole24ore.com/2017/05/07/scopri-cambiati-gli-stipendi-negli-ultimi-due-anni-tutti-settori/

Click below and go to the interactive Viz!

French Elections 2017: Second Round Results by Department

New chapter for my data visualization story of the last French Election. After the second round Emmanuel Macron conquered the Palais de l'Élysée with 66.1%, 3 percentage points more than the optimistic predictions.

Marine Le Pen was stopped at 33.9%. As shown by the graphics, Macron conquered most of the French departments. Only Pas de Calais and Aisne are colored in blue, both conquered by Marine Le Pen with percentages between 52 and 53%.

The predictions for this election were the least predictive of French history. For a reason other than that recorded in Trump and Brexit cases. Emmanuel Macron's victory was largely underestimated. In actual results, the gap has expanded around 32 percentage points. An error in the forecast of about 10 points.

This dataviz was also published on Info Data - Il Sole24Ore, at this link:
http://www.infodata.ilsole24ore.com/2017/05/10/elezioni-francesi-2017-previsioni-risultati-finali-confronto/


Click below and go to the interactive Viz!

That is all on Data

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