Monthly blog roundups recap all the content on the blog for each month. These posts provide an easy way to skim through content that interests you.
Can you believe that we’re already a full quarter into 2018? March brought with it some fantastic content. In addition to our usual Tableau and data visualization fare, we have a handful of blog posts covering Snowflake and Dataiku – two fantastic new technology partners that have created some pretty mind-blowing solutions in their respective areas. Of course, to cap off all the knowledge and new developments, we have a fun little piece chronicling the WinterWorks Office Olympics. It’s guaranteed to provide some laughs.
We hope your March was as productive and fun as our was! As always, thanks for reading.
News & Events
- InterWorks Blog Roundup – February 2018
- Event Debrief – February 2018
- InterWorks Named to the 2018 CRN Tech Elite 250
- Building InterWorks Australia: Start with Rambo, then Form Voltron
Tableau Data Vizzes
- Which 14er Should I Climb?
- Open Data Viz: San Francisco 311 Calls
- Visualizing 7 Years of Movement on the Gartner BI Magic Quadrant
- Predicting March Madness in Tableau: 2018 Edition
Tableau Tips and Tricks
- 3 Reasons to Attend to Your Local Tableau User Group
- Tableau for Finance: Why Use a BI Tool in a Finance Team?
- Tableau Quick Tip: Top N and Bottom N Filters
- Tableau Extended: Pivoting Fields on the Data Connection Page
Portals for Tableau
- Portals for Tableau New Feature Spotlight: Dashboard List Filters
- Portals for Tableau New Feature Spotlight: REST API Version Checker
- Portals for Tableau New Feature Spotlight: SAML Metadata Import
Podcast Your Data!
- InterWorks Partners with Dataiku to Democratize Data Science and Data Preparation
- Data & Espresso: The Pursuit of the ‘God Shot’
(Other interesting blogs we are reading outside of IW)
- Female voices—past and present—emerge as powerful leaders in data – Petra Clementson, Tableau
- Spring is springing earlier and earlier – Lauren Tierney, The Washington Post
- 2018 MLB Predictions – FiveThirtyEight
- Using a Filter Action as a Parameter – Drawing with Numbers, Jonathan Drummey