Much maligned (feared?) core programming technique, one of Regex’s easiest use cases involves creating dynamic API calls which can respond to page limits.
From its foundations in R, Alteryx can support quite advanced predictive modelling from a variety of data sources. This week, we learned how to create three kinds of predictive models in Alteryx (Regression, Classifiers and Forecasts).
Last week was learning more about visual analytics – the nuts and bolts of how humans understand information and using that knowledge to create effective visualisations.
Our first presentation from the first week of the Data School was to review and update one of our presentation visualisations, enriching the data set by joining it with a new one.
Our first introduction to Alteryx was processing data from BoardGameGeek, to answer the following question – does a game’s release year affect reviews and ratings of products?