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Alan Eldridge, Tableau's first full-time local employee for APAC, joins our own Aussie, Robert Curtis. Together they explore what makes Tableau and its community unlike any other, how Tableau is able to meet the demands of both SMBs and Enterprise customers, the future of Tableau...

In the final installment of this series on time-based comparisons, we are diving into comparing a single day’s performance against the historical performance for that particular weekday. To clarify the purpose of this post, suppose that the most recent day you have recorded is a Wednesday....

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During the Tableau Conference on Tour in London last week, we were approached with a new challenge from one of our clients. The requirement was to highlight the delta between two running total lines, like this: After spending the better part of an hour tackling the...

I’d like to say a big Thank you! to everyone that came to my session at Alteryx Inspire today! I always enjoy having the opportunity to attend these conferences and chat with everyone about their data. Unfortunately, 45 minutes is just not a long enough amount...

Well, May was quite the whirlwind – and we mean that literally (hello, tornado season!) Our blog was bursting with content since May Day to Memorial Weekend. Events were the name of the game last month with the DRIVE/ 2017 conference and several Tableau User...

Today I received another interesting question from Suzanne, a student during a virtual training. "I want to include a specific value in a top ten list, even if it’s not in the top ten." In other words, our goal is to make sure that particularly important values...

"You have to be able to explain it on a napkin." Dr. Kenneth Sanford joins Ben and gives you the gift of open source software, Voltron full-stack data scientists and swearing machines. You don't want to miss Ken's take on descriptive analytics and education/training for analysts. Subscribe...

Unlike JDBC, ODBC is language-independent. ODBC is an open interface that can be used to communicate with databases. All you should do is create an ODBC connection to EXASOL database in your system. For windows, follow these steps to add ODBC creation. Here is an example...

Wondering about how to use data from EXASOL in analytical tools? EXASOL integrates with most analytical tools. Below is an example of how to connect to EXASOL from R and create a beautiful cluster plot. In this example, I used JDBC which is an interface used by Java applications...

EXASOL offers the world’s fastest in-memory analytic database. It is built from scratch to offer the highest performance and scalability for in-memory analytics. You can now build in-memory data analytics in less than 15 minutes. Forget about maintaining and investing on expensive analytical tools used for...

Robert has the pleasure of talking with Jeffrey Osborn and Kevin Lustig, Creative Director and Technical Director respectively, from Graphicacy - an interactive agency specializing in data visualizations, infographics, motion graphics, data analysis, and, most of all, storytelling with data. Subscribe to Podcast Your Data through...

Our resident Alteryx Ace Michael Treadwell is joined by analyst Chris Sanders to talk about their new features in the newest release of Alteryx - Alteryx 11. Listen as they wax poetic about browsers, search, and several of the other great features available to you...

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