Dex Tutorial #4: The Wealth of Employees

This is the 4th installment Dex tutorials.  It gives a glimpse of what’s to come in the upcoming 0.5 release as well as a real analysis based on the World Data Bank.  This is the same data that Hans Rosling’s amazing GapMinder project leverages.

As amazing and polished as GapMinder is, it seems to lack the capability to create derivative data based on calculations.  For this, I turn Dex in the following demonstration.

This analysis shows a view of nations from an employee paycheck perspective. We use world data to come up with the average pay per employee, employment rate and population to produce an employee GDP. That is, the number of dollars, annually, it’s citizens have to spend.

I recommend that when viewing, you pop out the video and watch at the highest available resolution, full screen.

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About patmartin

I am a coder and Data Visualization/Machine Learning enthusiast.
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