Data

When you think of data science (for the purposes of this blog, this will encompass all machine learning and AI activities), you may think of specific aspects. I would make a wager that most people think specifically about model building. The Data Science Process Data science is...

Geocoding addresses in a scalable and sustainable way has always been surprisingly difficult in the BI world, let alone in Tableau. You either need expensive datasets/services, overkill GIS tools, or you must rely on very legally dubious usage of seemingly free (but not really free)...

Tableau Prep has improved considerably since it was launched. It offers a lot of tools to pre-process and transform your data. But sometimes, you need to apply a function that has no equivalent in Prep, want to extract some data using an API interface or...

Snowflake has long been the Cloud Data Warehouse. The organization has completely changed the game with unique architecture purpose-built for the cloud: allowing scalable storage and compute for data warehousing projects, all within a SQL-compliant database. The benefits of Snowflake’s modern architecture were obvious, and over...

Every now and then, you want to customise your viz in Tableau just a little bit outside of the standard functionalities, without spending more time on customising the viz than building it initially. I recently came across a chart I had never seen before, but...

Educational organisations face several challenges when it comes to analytics, including streamlining a variety of data systems, the need to create very user-friendly dashboards, and the necessity of having flexible tools that allow for customizing reports that meet stakeholders’ needs. Such challenges aren’t unique to...

Five years ago, in the distant past that still included large, boozy, in-person technology conferences, I met two guys from an upstart cloud data warehousing company called Snowflake. Walter Aldana and Uday Keshavdas were those two guys, and while they are both great and were...

Oftentimes, we want to show the labels on charts, but there may be cases where we need more flexibility than the default options Tableau provides. For example, we may only want to label the most recent data points or select points of particular interest. In...

Even though we’re nowhere near the end of 2020, my colleague, Skylark Macadamia, recently began thinking back on what some of her favorite InterWorks KPI designs have been over the past year. The UX and Design team at InterWorks has worked on numerous Tableau projects...

While we definitely recommend using a web analytics tracker, such as Google Analytics or Matomo, to track usage of your portal, the portal itself does record each time a user visits a piece of content. It uses this information to generate things like recommended content,...

The latest version of Tableau, 2020.2, introduces a game-changing new data model. This feature provides you much more flexibility and changes the way you can work with the data sources. We will explore the differences in user experience when compared to previous versions. Furthermore, we will...

[cue music] Tiles on pages and bar charts on dashboards, Publishing files and tagging with keywords, Centralization through external links, These are a few of my favorite things… Keep Track of Your Favorite Things In the beginning, Portals for Tableau focused on, well, Tableau content. When it came to favoriting things...

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