Anthony Wong

Anthony graduated from UNSW with a Bachelor of Commerce( Marketing/Finance). Since graduating, he has worked in media for 3.5 years, managing media campaigns for clients like IGA Supermarkets, Proctor and Gamble and Mercedes Benz. From managing numerous post campaign reports, this seeded the beginning of data analytics for him. He developed a passion in finding insights and innovate ways to improve efficiency in data cleaning. He then completed further study in Data Analytics at RMIT, which provided a strong foundation into the world of analytics. He is excited to embark on a career in data analytics and Data School was naturally the suitable beginning. Outside of data, Anthony has a strong interest in Japanese and French culture. And in his spare time, he likes to perform stand up comedy, garden and play sports like oztag and ten-pin bowling.

Tony’s Tableau Tips: Set Action buttons

Tony’s Tableau Tips: Set Action buttons

Today I want to show you my favourite dashboard action; Set Actions. I like it because this was one of the very first things I learnt about Tableau. But in brief set actions allow you to let audiences interact with your dashboard, allowing them to select and change...

Tony’s Tableau Tips: Date Function References

Tony’s Tableau Tips: Date Function References

Today I want to show you how to use date functions within your Tableau dashboards. Before I kick off you might be thinking "what are date functions"? Date functions allow date calculations to be computed. There are many types of date functions, however for a detailed...

How to Use R for One Hot Encoding

How to Use R for One Hot Encoding

Today I want to show you how I used R to complete a one-hot encoding cleaning process. Before I kick off, I'll briefly explain one-hot encoding. One hot encoding is a useful cleaning process for categorical data. After encoding, predictive analytics can be performed...

Re-Learning Tableau with an open mind

Re-Learning Tableau with an open mind

What is Tableau? A data visualization tool to present compelling data insights and stories. I was first exposed to Tableau, when I found a job ad on Seek that would select candidates based on a ‘Viz’ they submitted. I thought it had an interesting application process...