Data

My colleagues and I often joke about how the most interesting visualizations on Tableau Public don’t often have much practical application for the boring world of business dashboards in which we operate. At first glance, my Spell-O-L dashboard is no exception. Telling a Visual Story This visual...

In this episode of Quantified, data analysis takes center stage. InterWorks Principal and Analytics Practice Lead Ben Bausili gives us a high-level rundown of what it really means to make sense of your data. We walk through how to use analytics to describe and understand...

Develop. Evolve. Improve. PYD 80 is all about what it looks like to go through the creative process of new-feature generation. Host David Pires welcomes Tableau developer Filippos Lymperopoulos for a discussion on Tableau's latest and greatest MVP, set actions, and what users can expect in...

Sea otters are my spirit animal. So, when tasked with picking a dataset to analyze, it was only natural that I would look for a way to promote the conservation of California’s beloved Southern sea otter. I found the data online via the Western Ecological...

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. ...

After last week’s Airtable post, I’m sure all of our readers have been anxiously sitting on the edge of their seats. By now, I hope some of you have had the opportunity to explore Airtable and begin building bases. While I touched on the Airtable’s...

Once you've collected the data, you need a way to store it, right? What good is collecting it if you can't properly store it in a way that's easy to keep and also easy to recall? This week, Garrett is joined by solutions architect Matthew Brimer...

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...

Relying on p-values to reach business decisions is common, which is reason for concern. Conducting analysis that’s too heavily based on p-values and engages in an unfettered quest for statistical significance can lead to decisions that are fundamentally unsound. To understand why, we’re going to...

Welcome, diligent readers of the InterWorks blog. Today, I am kicking off a great two-part blog. Internally, we have been tossing around conversation about a really unique tool called Airtable. Overview Airtable is a cloud-based spreadsheet-database-formbuilder piece of technology that offers a very unique approach to the...

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...

By now, most of us have utilized the tableau-server-obliterate.cmd script that comes with version 2018.2 and beyond (if you haven’t, you are about to find out what that is). But what do the rest of those built-in scripts do!? These are, by default, located under the...

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