Kolsuma graduated in BSc Economics and Management from King’s College London and has had previous internship experiences in marketing and analytics. During her degree, she enjoyed using econometrics software to gather interesting insights that help to test economic theories. Upon graduating, she was looking for an analytical role that allowed her to gain
After coming across The Data School, Kolsuma realized it was the perfect combination of training and client placements that would be a great start to her career. While she enjoys creating
During one of our client projects, Coach Carl gave feedback that we should leave ‘breadcrumbs’ on our dashboards so that users know which filters they have already applied. Here’s my simple method for breadcrumbing.
I was given the opportunity to shadow a dataschooler (Steph) who’s on her third client placement so this blog post will be going through my experience and what I did to try and get the most out of it.
In this blog post I’ll share my experience of being a panellist on a colleague’s webinar and my experience of hosting my webinar.
How to replace data sources and replace references in Tableau for existing workbooks with changing field names.
In this tutorial I will be showing you how to colour pick the screen and add custom colours in tableau and Alteryx.
Visualising DS13 names in baby name data using Flourish studios software. Here are my pros and cons.
My experience on challenge 2 of dashboard week. Don’t read this!
Easter has just gone past so I’m a little late with the best easter eggs of all… Alteryx Easter eggs! Here are a few hidden treats on Alteryx that I’ve found out about while at the dataschool.
My experience for the first dashboard week challenge. Web scraping, web scraping, and web scraping!
Learn how to create dynamic horizontal axis titles that are below your charts using parameters.
My experience of teaching parameters at Learn what the data school learns.
Having to rebuild dashboard templates to use in your workbooks? Why not just copy and paste worksheets and dashboards from other workbooks?
Here’s part 2 for how I created my Makeover Monday viz last week. If you already know how to make basic donut charts, then just continue reading to find out how to really make them look like donuts.
I will be taking you through how to create a normal donut chart, which will be the skeleton for the next part of this 2 part series where I’ll show you how to make them look like actual donuts!
Today at the Dataschool, Dan Farmer taught us how to change the map background style on Tableau worksheets and I thought it was a great way to personalise map views so I’ll share it here for others.
This is more of a diary entry about my experience of DS13’s first client project.
In this tutorial I will be showing you how to create string parameters that allows users to choose between different fields. I’ll also show you a neat trick to change the axis label based on what field is chosen in the parameter!
Tutorial on creating candlestick or OHLC charts on Tableau to visualise company share price data. Inspired by my Friday project viz.