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We’re just a few weeks away from Alteryx Inspire 2019, and we’re thrilled to offer our support again this year as a Gold Sponsor. From June 10-14, thousands will flock to Nashville, Tennessee, to celebrate the groundbreaking data work accomplished in the last year and...

What’s better—asking someone else about your data or asking the data itself? Why not both? In this episode of Podcast Your Data, InterWorks analytics consultant Katie Bridges welcomes Ruhaab Markas from Tableau to discuss the new software feature, Ask Data. Listen in as Ruhaab shares...

The InterWorks ANZ Team kicked off this year’s first big event with Brewalytics in Perth, Western Australia. This event was run in partnership with Tableau and Snowflake and was attended by over 50 people from more than 25 organisations around Perth. Brewalytics was a great chance to bring...

The secret to successful data analysis, you ask? Excellent data preparation. In episode four, we welcome back Matthew Brimer to talk about the ins and outs of data prep. Tune in to learn the ingredients needed to make your analysis sizzle. ...

The seasons may be changing, but one thing stays the same: consistent resources and insights from our awesome team members! This last month, as spring began to overtake the cold of winter, the InterWorks team kept things fresh by producing 36 new pieces of content. March...

One challenge in building analytical models involves separating signal from noise. Signal describes the patterns we consider “real” in the sense that we believe they reflect a true relationship between the factors we’re analyzing. For instance, if our data indicates that a person’s height is...

Join Ben Bausili, Katie Wagner and Michael Treadwell on this episode of PYD. Together, they tackle some hot topics within the data community, including the 2019.2 Tableau Beta. On this episode, we also premiere a new PYD segment called "Tell Me I'm Wrong." Subscribe to Podcast...

On this episode of Quantified, host Garrett Sauls welcomes back InterWorks analytics consultant and training lead Katie Wagner to discuss data collection. Katie shares some manual and automated processes for acquiring data, responsibilities and ethics that inherently come with data collection, and important questions we...

Join Garrett Sauls and Katie Wagner as they talk about the basics of data and tackle important baseline questions about a career in data during this special preview of our new podcast, Quantified. Subscribe to Podcast Your Data through iTunes, Stitcher, Pocket Casts or your favorite...

This blog post focuses on different aspects of the Alteryx platform that I’ve received questions on while delivering training. Hopefully, this will help answer some questions you may encounter in your analytics work. Transpose and Crosstab You can use the Crosstab tool and the Transpose tool to...

Models are amazing. Built upon the understanding we gained in type 2 analytics, models provide an amazing tool that we can pass to others. No longer is the understanding locked up in our minds, but it becomes a concrete reality we can use to further...

So far in this series, we’ve laid a foundation for the analytics conversation, and we’ve discussed descriptive, or type 2, analytics. Now, we’re going to dive deeper into how we can apply this in more advanced contexts. The second type of analytics is all about building...

Descriptive analytics is all about answering simple questions like: How much did we sell last week? Which customers bought the most from us? How much inventory do we have left? It would be wrong, however, to think that answering these simple questions is itself simple. The...

Call me crazy, but I think this whole data thing has legs. At this point, it’s a cliché to say that data is the new oil or that data maturity is vital to the business. Everybody wants to be a data-driven company, but often the...

Hakuna MaDATA, what a wonderful phrase! It adorned the t-shirts of one of our best partners, Snowflake, at the 2018 Disney Data and Analytics Conference. It’s a fitting slogan not because of the "Lion King" themed event, but because it’s very true of what their...

Mavis Liu has been a steady force since she started in our London office. From consultant to trainer to, now, Tableau Community Forum Ambassador, she's going places - both literally and professionally. Fellow consultant Eugenia Kis was able to catch Mavis between gigs and get a...

"Technology is definitely intimidating to those who don't work with it on a day-to-day basis. Once you get to the Portal and it's all very intuitive, that fear or that intimidation goes away." Kat Nagar, Director of Compensation and Talent Analytics, and Karl Riddett, Director of...

Magic is what happens when our panel gets together. Magic and gold. This week’s show is a lot of both as Brad, Ben, Kate and Mat talk about Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence Tools, self-service analytics as a concept and the different infrastructure options...

It's the combination of everything coming together perfectly: a glorious blend of texture, aroma and taste. It is a beverage bordering on the divine that represents the purest essence of coffee. It is an espresso shot that tastes as good as freshly roasted coffee smells....

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