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ML competition

ML competition

During week eight at The Data School, we learned the machine learning technics in Alteryx. Alteryx has different models to use like regression, log-regression, decision trees, boosting, forest, natural language processing and computer vision. Even though it was a very...

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Can you use Python in Alteryx?

Can you use Python in Alteryx?

INTRODUCTION Alteryx is a powerful software capable of performing different tasks. One can create a full Data Science pipeline from data collection, data engineering, modelling using available models, calculate the metrics of these models and compare these models to...

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Cohort Analysis-Tableau

Cohort Analysis-Tableau

Before building a Cohort Chart in tableau it's important to understand its usage in the businesses. First, we need to understand its purpose and how to interpret it. This analysis is one of the first things venture capitalists would ask for when thinking about making...

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Part 2. Classification model deployment in Tableau

Part 2. Classification model deployment in Tableau

OVERVIEW The bridge between Tableau and Python was constructed utilizing tabpy in my previous post. We know already that Python leverages up Tableau possibilities allowing us to do heavy math calculations. Besides that, TabPy allow you to deploy this calculation into...

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What you need to know about macros

What you need to know about macros

If you are tired of doing things over and over again then this blog post is for you. For this week's tutorial, I would like to introduce you to Alteryx Macros which will be your lifesaver in your data analytics journey. Firstly let's find out what a macro is and how...

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How to package your Alteryx workflow

How to package your Alteryx workflow

Hi everyone, welcome back to my blog. I hope you have enjoyed your week so far. We are halfway through our training now. It means that there are 8 weeks to go. In the last 8 weeks, we have learned so much especially from working on client projects. For those who are...

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Relative Paths in Alteryx

Relative Paths in Alteryx

Relative paths in Alteryx are great when sharing your workflows between colleagues, and are particularly important in handing over work to clients. In this post, I'll summarise how the concept works when using the 'Input Data' tool in Alteryx.   Relative Paths...

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What did it take to get into DSAU11?

What did it take to get into DSAU11?

The quality of applications to get into the Data School Down Under is getting better and better! For each cohort, I will be compiling the submitted vizzes to show what it takes to get a spot in our program. Let’s take a look at DSAU11’s applications in this blog. For...

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Client Project Weeks

Client Project Weeks

Having completed 7 weeks and 2 client projects in The Data School, our cohort - DSAU11 has had a feel for what client placements and most of our careers are going to be like in our foreseeable future. Below are my experiences from first 2 client projects. The Week:...

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