Despite enjoying 5 years of studying Biomedical Engineering, Hanna got fed up with the theoretical point of view common in academia. After being introduced to Tableau during workshops with Luke, she decided to dig deeper into data
A tiny tableau tip on getting rid of the map background, very useful when you’re building a dashboard with a coloured background.
My first blog on makeover monday; describing the good and the bad of original viz and how I tried to make it better
A description of viz for social good hackathon from the perspective of an attendee: what is it and why is it worth going to
Tableau tip on creating a drill down map using a simple filter action
Short summary of Alteryx Designer Core Exam from my perspective and what helped me pass it.
Short tutorial on how to create a tooltip viz that is susceptible to dashboard actions
Alteryx Challenge update: I’m describing the macros-related weekly challenges
Quick way of creating a dynamic date level aggregation using a parameter
Summary of the week 2 Preppin’ Data challenge
Tips for Data Cleansing challenges and an update on Alteryx Challenge (finishing all Weekly Challenges by the end of DS training)
If you want to build a 12-month calendar in one view in Tableau, you’ve found the right place. (I even explain how to add month labels!)
3rd in the series, this blog post describes how to deal with missing data in dates. For a 12-month calendar tutorial, go to Part 4 (link in this post as well)
Part 2 of calendar magic AKA tutorial on creating a horizontal calendar view.
A tutorial on creating a calendar view to visualise your date-related data.
Why and how would you copy and paste part of a dataset that is already loaded to Tableau?
Second in the Alteryx Challenge series. Tackling my experience with dates.
First post in the Alteryx Challenge series, where I describe the tools I’ve used for Weekly Challenges and some tricks I’ve learnt.
Intro to Alteryx Weekly Challenges and a challenge I created for myself.