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"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...

It’s the first Podcast Your Data! episode of the new year, and there is already plenty to discuss. We have a full cast of characters as Robert Rouse, Tony Kau and Brad Fair team up for a roundtable discussion on everything you need to know...

TL;DR: Hyper is much faster at extracting data. Like, so fast. Not many Tableau releases have had the size and expectations surrounding it like 10.5. The only other release I can think of that had similar expectations was Tableau 10. Version 10 brought goodies with it...

In this installment of The Quantified Car series, I want to discuss path maps. We know that Tableau can draw polygon or filled maps, but it can also draw points on a map using circle marks. Path maps are used to draw lines between those...

One of the many helpful features in Tableau is the ability to create dynamic text boxes that update depending on user selection or other events on the dashboard. It’s a common practice to use parameters in text boxes. That’s why I would like to offer a...

2018 is finally here and we’ve got a lot queued up for the blog this year! One aspect we’re currently focused on is how we can “out do” ourselves. After all, 2017 was pretty epic for our blog and social media. We launched a ton of new...

If you’ve been looking for a way to load JSON data into EXASOL with just a click, then you’ll love this post! As data scientists, most of our time is spent preparing data for analysis and modeling. In my professional experience, I have faced many hurdles...

"Which is your favorite Christmas movie?" is a question often asked during the holiday season. And an even more convoluted question, "Is Die Hard really a Christmas Movie?" I decided to try and answer those exact questions by quantifying fan sentiment around movie rankings and juxtaposing that against a widely viewed list ranking...

Time really does fly when you're having fun publishing amazing content! 2017 was a huge year for our blog, and it wouldn't have been possible without our fellow InterWorkers sharing their work with us. We published over 220 blog posts with content ranging from new...

It’s the final Podcast Your Data! episode of the year, and we’re looking back at an exciting 2017! Robert Rouse and David Pires talk about TC17, new technologies and the year’s best data books. Plus, they give us the rundown on what exciting new tools...

On this week’s podcast episode, host Robert Rouse discusses the AWS re:Invent conference with panelists Brian Bickell and Derek Hecksher. The Las Vegas, Nevada, conference was massive with over 40,000 people in attendance. It was a builders-focused event, centered around new and updated offerings. Amazon also displayed their cloud offerings,...

As we become further entrenched in the holiday season, you would think our task lists would have become smaller at this point. But this is simply not the case when it comes to our blog! Throughout November, our consultants and trainers were writing “how to”...

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