Atule Sheorn

Successfully completing a MBA from Macquarie University and having worked in TAFE NSW as a PMO Financial Advisor, Atule is passionate about learning data from the best and practical experiences. When not busy working away on Alteryx Designer and Tableau, Atule can be found taking long drives. His hobbies also include running marathons and playing cricket.

Reflections – The Data School Down Under

Reflective blog - Datalicious Journey My Data School journey started sometime in September/October last year in 2018. I clearly remember being excited and anxious at the same time while submitting my application with a mixed feeling of fear and joy. My primary...

Baseball data

For dashboard week day-2, this time it is a sport one! The challenge is to analyse the Major League Baseball teams on their ranking from the year 2000-2018. Sports, in general, is heavily data-driven, and Baseball is no exception. For this dashboard, I have focussed...

Terror attacks in INDIA during 1970 – 2017

Hump day! Almost halfway through the daily dashboard week. Its been good so far with creating dashboards and creating stories around it. For todays task, we were given the data from the Global Terrorism Database to demonstrate the events related to terrorism globally...

Dashboard week : Day 1 – AID donation

  So, DSAU2 is nearly at the finishing line of The Data School - Phew - it sure was a roller coaster last few months. Each day a new task or a new client activity. As it is the last leg - things have got more serious and intense - we are now building a DASHBOARD...

Introduction to Level of Detail (LOD) in Tableau

Introduction to Level of Detail (LOD) Level of detail expressions (LOD) expressions allows you to compute values at the data source level and the visualization level. However, LOD expressions give you even more control on the level of granularity you want to compute....