Having a background in using Excel to deliver innovative dashboards and data models for big public sector clients as a management consultant, Alex has a fostered a natural passion for working with data. Finding out that Tableau can exponentially increase the potential of the dashboards he delivers to clients, Alex is incredibly excited at the future prospect of a career marrying an activity he enjoys doing alongside providing key insights to clients.
Away from The Information Lab, Alex is currently training for a marathon in September, is looking forward to the hockey season starting again, and is a budding (amateur) bedroom DJ.
A brief guide to get you to grips with setting up the ‘Run Command’ tool in Alteryx
Some key reflections from my first four months at The Data School.
My second belated blog post – care of my holiday to the US getting in the way of a great #DashboardWeek.
#DashboardWeek day 3 – a belated blog post around how I had to visualize Chicago’s transport usage data!
Day 2 – beer or wine. Naturally, I chose beer.
Day one of Dashboard week – and it wasn’t even that bad!
This week, I cover: ‘How to set your colour palette in less than 30 seconds’, ‘How to build sparklines’, and ‘How to export a picture of your dashboard’
Each week the struggle gets quickly real, thanks to Andy and Eva! #MakeoverMonday
These two tips will shape your future Alteryx understanding!
Alteryx = Mind Blown (again)!
I literally learn something mind-blowing each day!
How can making a pie chart be SO difficult!
Expectations of The Data School from one of its newest members.