This week's Makeover Monday looked at survey data for people in Great Britain, in response to the question
How frequently, if at all, do you consume specifically meat-free or animal-free products such as meat alternatives or dairy substitutes?
The dataset was fairly simple and the original viz was a stacked bar chart, a firm favourite in the data viz community (I'm kidding...).
Stacked bar charts aren't great because you lose the baseline after the first component of the stack, making it difficult to compare sections.
I thought a BAN would be the right way to draw out some insights from the data which showed that 52% of meat-eaters had never tried any meat or dairy alternatives.
Tableau only lets you have text size of 72, so if you want something bigger you'll need to use another application for the text element.
I added some text at the bottom of the viz detailing the survey period and the sample sizes given they were not consistent across all categories.
Finally, I changed the default formatting of the measure to percent with 0 decimal places and created a table. The colours are ranked using a table calculation and I wanted to highlight the highest percentage per category.
You can interact with the viz below or view on my Tableau Public profile.