Pablo Sáenz de Tejada
Pablo Sáenz de Tejada
Pablo spent almost the last 9 years in Spain as Market Research Analyst, working specially with Healthcare and Telco companies.
After looking for new tools to maximize added value in data analysis, he discovered Tableau and loved how intuitive and fun was searching for insights in comparison with traditional tools, so decided to make Tableau the next challenge in his career. Searching for the best way to develop these new skills, discovered The Information Lab Data School, and decided to move to London and learn from the best.
Having studied sociology and marketing analytics, Tableau & Alteryx offers Pablo the best combination to satisfy his curiosity in human behavior and the use of data to understand the world better.
Outside of work, Pablo loves live music, sports, travelling and searching in London places to eat typical spanish food.
This week was Tableau Conference 2015, the eighth conference of the company that this year took place in Las Vegas. During Tuesday's keynote, Tableau developers show to more than 10,000 customers (and even more if you follow the keynote via streaming) some of the new...read more
Apart from the habitual week project, this week at the Data School we also learn some useful tips for labeling bar charts to the right inside, a very good way to gain some space in our charts if the axis and tooltips are not enough and we want to label the bars, like...read more
Through this tweet from Alberto Cairo I discover the book Graphic Presentation, published in 1939 by Willard Cope Brinton, consider as one of the pioneers in information and data visualization and that it´s available in The Internet Archive for free and in different...read more
This past week was "Tableau and Alteryx Communities and Forums week", with the main objective of get more familiar with both communities and try to solve as many doubts as possible of Tableau and Alteryx users. In this post I'm going to share one doubt that I solve...read more
Reading Signal, a Stephen Few's book with interesting and very useful tips to help us with our data visualization skills and reduce the noise in the actual "data age" and transform it into meaningful information I discovered an interesting exercise in the appendix....read more
Using Import.io, Alteryx and Tableau to web scrap, prepare and visualize football clasification and results
As a football and basketball fan, using Alteryx and Tableau for sports visualization is one of my main interest, so I decided that it was time to spent some time starting to create something regarding this topics and create a viz for La Liga classification, top...read more
If you are using Alteryx V10 you probably have discover a little but significant difference to previous versions with the Browser tool. In V10 if you add a Browser, run the workflow and click on the tool, it wouldn't show the all the results, you will need to go to...read more
Friday last the last the of our Dashboard Week, and we could choose the dataset we want from the website zillow.com. I decided to focus on the median value per square foot, to see it's evolution during the last years and analyze trends with a big level of detail...read more
Thursday was United Nations dataset day and we use the one UN offers regarding the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), the same they suggest for their Data Visualization Challenge, if you want to participate. This dataset was a bit less "clean" than the ones from the...read more
Tuesday's dataset was one of those that really impact you when you visualize the data: Deaths by gun fire in the U.S.A. from 14th of October 2012 to 22nd of March 2013: 2,244 deaths en 100 days. The idea of creating this visualization is based in this post from the...read more
Yesterday we started in the Data School the Tableau Dashboard Week: one dashboard each day with a different dataset, and the first one was about the Olympic Games and medals won by country. Andy gave us a dataset with these fields and a few hours to create the...read more
After past "Tips & Tricks" week, this one in the Data School we have the challenge to create one dashboard per day with a different dataset each day. Monday started with the challenge of making in Tableau as many visualizations and charts as possible using only two...read more
During this week we have receive an incredible and very intense training in Tableau Server by Jonathan MacDonald, so my last tip of the week it's going to be related with Tableau Server. The tip is to customize Tableau Server's look and feel by changing the display...read more
Scatter Plots are one of my favorite chart types and is amazing all the things you can do with them in Tableau. Today's tip is to explain how to use parameters to have dynamic reference lines and use another parameter to change the color of the points based on the...read more
Maps are one of my favorite charts in Tableau, and the possibility to change the appearance of the map images is a very good way to improve your visualizations design. Apart from the map designs that we have by default in Tableau, we can also connect to WMS (Web...read more
During the Tableau London Conference 2015, Robert Kosara made a great presentation about data visualization and storytelling, and one of the examples he talked about, was this article from the NYT that shows the trends in time of auto fatalities related to the vehicle...read more
This week is the Tips Week, so each of the data schoolers are going to post one Tableau tip everyday, that will be 40 tips by the end of the week! My first tip is to improve your dashboard designs using images to filter the data, or even to show different images based...read more
Last week in Data School was focus on survey data: how to prepare the raw data to use it in Tableau, how to analyze it and best visualization practices. Having spent the last 8 years and a half working in Market Research companies in Spain I was really interested in...read more