Marina Ustinova

Marina has a degree in accounting and has vast experience in bookkeeping, customer service, and supply chain. In every workplace, she felt there is a need for data analysis to improve business decisions. Once she became interested in data analysis and realized what it can bring to the business, she decided to change her career path, got a graduate certificate in Data Analytics from MIT, and joined Data school in order to gain real-life experience and become a consultant. She is a big fan of visualizations that deliver complex data to the audience in a simple and natural way.

In her spare time, Marina loves long walks on the beach, baking cakes, and making chocolates.

Pagination

Pagination

In this post I will share how to set table pagination in Tableau. Create a large table using Superstore dataset and create a parameter "Page size" which indicates the number of results you would like to see. 2. Create a calculated field "Index" which will return the...

Tableau Tips and Tricks

Tableau Tips and Tricks

In this post, I want to share some of the Tableau tips I found useful which I didn't know about. Hopefully they will save you time or frustration down the road. Tip#1 How to find all calculated fields in the side bar? When working with a large dataset we sometimes...

Dashboard week Day 2

Dashboard week Day 2

For the second day of the Dashboard week we had to get data using API from the https://swapi.dev/documentation  website. The topic was quite interesting and challenging for me - Star Wars dataset. The process was quite straight forward. There were several pages to...

Dashboard week Day 1

Dashboard week Day 1

Today we have received Dataset for Melbourne Council Services Requests form data.melbourne.vic.gov.au. We were also asked to enrich this data with some additional information. I have chosen two additional datasets from the same website  to consider the population in...

Basket Analysis using sets in Dashboard

Basket Analysis using sets in Dashboard

Our second client project required us to analyze the menu prices of some fast food companies.  We have got menu items and the prices by web scraping from companies’ websites and have created a dashboard in Tableau to present the pricing options for the consumers. I’d...

My first client project reflection

My first client project reflection

Our sixth week in Data School has started with the Client project. Well, all I can say this Friday evening – we did it! The week was intense and stressful but gave us all a valuable experience in delivering the result in a short period of time. We had a client meeting...

Those scary LODs

Those scary LODs

I thought I would summarize in today’s blog my new knowledge about LODs in Tableau as many people find them difficult to understand and very unclear how and when to use. Level Of Details calculation is the type of calculation in Tableau. They come very handy when you...

Where to start with Altryx

Where to start with Altryx

In our first week at the Data School, we've been introduced to Altryx – software designed to make advanced analytics accessible to any data worker. It's a very powerful instrument that allows users to quickly access, manipulate, analyze, and output data. I want to...