06-27-2022 07:34 AM
You are given 5 screens on the questions of cocoa beans in chocolate bars, and you can answer the questions: which cocoa beans are used in chocolate, which is the most popular variety of cocoa beans in the world, which countries are the origin of cocoa beans, what percentage of cocoa content in chocolate bars.
This dashboard is based on real data and made as part of the curriculum.
Made by a student at St. Petersburg State Technological University, Faculty of Economics and Management, direction "Business Informatics" Alexander Yolohov.
During the analysis, we came to different results on the design:
During the study, the following conclusions were made:
The most popular variety of cocoa beans, which was found in 46.6 percent of chocolate bars, is: Trinitario
Most cocoa beans of the same variety come from a particular country.
It is quite rare to observe a situation in which the same variety is produced by many different countries and supplied in the same volume.
On average, each bar from our study contained 72% cocoa beans.
Curiously, the Criollo (Ocumare) variety not only brought victory to its bar in the taste rating, but also its content in chocolate is a record 80%.
Hello there Alex, great job with your visuals and storytelling. I have learned a lot from your project.
You however mixed up some of the information from the data. The country column you used for the "countries of origin of cocoa beans" is rather the list of countries who use the beans to make chocolate bars i.e. countries in chocolate bar production. The correct country column (i.e. predominantly South American and African Countries who produce the beans) is supposed to have countries like Venezuela, Ghana, Peru, Ecuador, Togo, etc which you named "The country of origin of the bean" in your table.
Kudos to you!
@AJAgyeman Thanks for the comments! I think it will be possible to make changes in the next version for this dashboard.