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Leaving the Nest – Reflective Blog

The last four months whizzed by faster than you can say “level of detail”.  Never in my adult life have I learned more than in...

Time Series Forecasting in Alteryx (Part 2)

The precursor to this blog introduced time series forecasting in Alteryx with the ARIMA and ETS tools. This blog looks at configuring these tools to...

Time Series Forecasting in Alteryx (Part 1)

If you’re not a statistician, Alteryx’s time series palette is incredibly useful for producing fast forecasting without too much time spent on Stack Exchange. This...

Dashboard Week Day 5: Journalist Deaths Abroad

Yesterday morning marked a sad end to the whirlwind thrill ride that is dashboard week.   The day 5 data set was sourced from the...

Dashboard Week Day 4: The World’s Anti-Vax Problem

Day 4 of dashboard week started once again with a presentation of the previous day’s work and a reveal of today’s dataset. I’ve come to...

Dashboard Week Day 3: Lefties in the Cricket World Cup

Day 3 of dashboard week brought with it the return of Tableau. The dip into power BI yesterday was exciting but it was good to...

Dashboard Week Day 2: Mr Clooney and single use coffee pods

Day 2 of dashboard week started with a briefing about George Clooney’s continued ambassadorship for Nespresso® – the coffee pod producing mega giant. As most...

Dashboard Week Day 1: Domain Group Property Listings

Dashboard week kicked off today with instructions to use Domain Group’s free API to find real-estate data on agents or property listings. Domain’s API documentation...

Splitting to columns with Regex_replace in Alteryx

The text to columns tool in Alteryx can sometimes be a little clunky. It’s a quick fix when you need each element of ‘Element1/Element2/Element3’ to...

Quick and easy date parsing in Alteryx

Dealing with time series is a huge part of data analytics. A date field that’s well formatted and consistent will typically transition seamlessly into whatever...