October 3

Interactive United States 2012 Presidential Scoreboard in Excel

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Alright, here’s another map-based rollover. The instructions are pretty simple: click on a state to toggle through its party selection. Click on one of the three selections above to change scenarios.

In the next month or so, I’ll be putting together a tutorial on this. But in the meantime, have some fun. Download. Ask questions if you need.

For more on these types of maps, checkout:
Choropleth Maps with Excel

Download here:
Election Map.xlsm

How about another screenshot?

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  • Excellent work, Jordan. Besides the great interactive map itself, I especially like the idea of providing a seperate menu for the smaller states right to the map, the bar chart comparing the totals of the selected states and the very clean tooltips.Great job (as usual).

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        Hello, excellent job thanks. but i was wondering if you could share the tutorial on this with us, i want to create something like that with a project that am working on. i realy need your help. thank you.

  • Hello, excellent job thanks but i was wondering if you could share the tutorial on this with us, i want to create something like that with a project that am working on. thanks

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