Gloria de Waal-Montgomery
Lacking the tools in how to do this, and in search of a new challenge, Gloria joined the Information Lab in the hope of developing a better understanding of the data world she inhabits.
Gloria’s heart is never far from sunnier climates and a pair of trainers. In her spare time, you’ll find her bouldering, falling of her skateboard and working to promote and defend human rights in Tibet.
Normal filters only allow a fixed number of values to be shown. For instance, a filter can be set to show the Top 10 bestselling products in a company. However, what if the user wants to be able to see the top 13 bestselling products? And then quickly shift and see...
This blog post will examine adjustable reference lines in Tableau. While there are many ways to add reference lines in Tableau, using a parameter to control the reference line provides a great way for end users to interact with your dashboard by adding a degree of flexibility.
I’m a fan of pushing myself to do things that make me feel uncomfortable and sitting the Alteryx exam after 3 days at the Data School seemed like the perfect way to do that. But why did I do this? Especially when I knew that I didn’t have a hell’s chance in passing...