Benedetta Tagliaferri

Benedetta Tagliaferri

Benedetta Tagliaferri

Benedetta’s journey starts with an undergraduate degree in Business Administration in Florence part of which she did in London as an Erasmus student. Then she studied Finance and Markets in Bologna. Meanwhile she has developed strong communicational skills and hands-on experience in Retail working five years part-time in a Fashion company.

In January 2015 she moves to London to develop her tech skills and she got enthusiastic about data. She signed up to Udacity Nanodegree in Data Analysis to get close to this world.

She has found in the Data School the perfect environment to learn and find many challenges for her creativity.

Outside of work, she has a strong interest for Italian Cinema, Wine and a natural passion for Arts.

How to save a directory in Tableau Server #TipWeek

Welcome to the tip of Thursday on the #TipWeek. Today I am going to speak about Tableau Server and in particular how to save a directory in paths. To access to Tableau Server you need to write a directory in Command Prompt (Admin) like this: c:\Program Files...

Cleaning strings in Alteryx TipTuesday #TipWeek

Welcome in Tip Tuesday of DS2 for our #TipWeek! Today I am going to speak about strings in Alteryx. In particular this tip will help you to clean string fields in your dataset. Last week we had a client project where I had to create an automated evaluation process for...

Table calculations TipMonday #TipWeek

As a first tip of the week, I want to focus on a Tableau issue that I encountered while I was studying for the Tableau Desktop Qualification exam. In our Sample Superstore data, I drag region and sub-category on rows and sales on columns. What do I get?   Now for each...

Infographics in Tableau

Have you ever tried to make an infographic in Tableau? Last week we had the chance to follow the training of Caroline Beavon, a data designer expert of infographics in general and in Tableau.   I really enjoyed her lesson and tips about the topic. In week two of our...

When use what? – Part 3 – Show In/Out of Set

Welcome back to What use when blog post series. Today I will speak about sets. During my last client project about Cherry Casino, I wanted to show the average player balance broken by age and gender. I made my dashboard and set two actions, one to filter by gender and...

Predictive Analytics in Alteryx Part 1 – Clustering

What’s the predictive analytics world? When are they useful in the business content? Which one of the Alteryx tools are appropriate to predict Sales/Profit?   In order to answer to all this questions, I will present three blog post: Part 1 Clustering Part 2 Predictive...

The magic world of Icons

This week Icons definitely won in DS2! I love to use icons in shapes of Tableau and I can share a couple of tips to put them in the same axis. So the first time I used icons were for Connect2Help project where I wanted to show the top 10 needs for calls for this...

Performance is an issue!

This week DS2 when through a lot of different projects! Really tough but we learned so much in few days. During my emails with my amazing tutor, Emma, she put my attention to performance issues. My .twbx file were quite big, that's because there were a lot of data...

When use what? – Part 2

CONTEXT FILTER   For the Data School second week project, we analysed refugee’s data, in order to get some insights about their routes and numbers of this human tragedy. In my specific case, I tried to make a macro picture of the Mediterranean countries and I used a...

How much can you afford per night in London?

For my first blog at Data School I thought to share my experience with London Airbnb. I was travelling to London and I had no idea how to find the best accommodation for my needs. I didn’t know about neighbourhoods and areas and what I could afford. So this idea came...