Here’s some useful tools I’ve come across that might come in handy for you in the future.
|Tableau Public||Free version of Tableau which is a great general data visualization tool||https://public.tableau.com/|
|Tableau Public Gallery||A place where you and other Tableau developers publish free data visualizations. Great for inspiration and learning.||https://public.tableau.com/en-us/gallery/?tab=viz-of-the-day&type=viz-of-the-day|
|Mockaroo||Let’s you generate fake data for your app or dashboard||https://www.mockaroo.com/|
|Fast.ai||Free and extensive deep learning course and deep learning tools||https://www.fast.ai/|
Here are some good places for free and well-structured data sources. If you’re feeling really inspired, many of these data sources can be combined or cross-analyzed to come up with unique insights.
|World Health Organization||Extensive data sets from disease to pollution.||https://www.who.int/data/gho|
|Data is Plural Newsletter||A near-weekly newsletter with interesting data sets collected by Jeremy Singer-Vine.||https://tinyletter.com/data-is-plural|
|Redfin Housing Data||Some data that Redfin updates weekly or monthly. They even have public Tableau dashboards using the data so you know it’s well structured.||https://www.redfin.com/news/data-center/|
|Data.gov||A grab-bag of data from various parts of government in the US. Covers a wide range of topics. 200k+ data sets and counting.||https://catalog.data.gov/dataset|