After creating some visually compelling interactive data visualisations with Tableau Public, they are embedding into my article, but the width of the area is less than needed for many of them to display correctly without clicking to view full screen. While not a huge issue, this certainly isn’t ideal, and now I’m left questioning the need for interactive data visualisations at all. The visualisation should be clear enough in its static form to show the data and its patterns, so after returning to Datahero, I am now left with a choice between the fully embeddable and arguably more visually attractive chart, and the clearer, yet static chart. There is the option of screenshotting a full-screen Tableau chart, but that doesn’t have the clarity of the Datahero one below. Decisions decisions….