I’ve been hearing lots of good things about Alteryx as an ETL tool and have been looking forward to using it more. Here’s what I did the day after Alteryx training: built an introductory solution in Alteryx for dynamically updating Tableau parameters, the post is up at DataBlick.
This is a post about getting the output you want, despite what Tableau thinks.
This is a post about making Tableau do what Excel can do (whether it’s a good idea or not).
This is a post about gaining better understanding of dimensions, measures, continuous, and discrete.
This is a post about putting bars and lines on the same chart. Continue reading →