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Hello #AlteryxAddicts, tl;dr tl;dr - Alteryx Partners leveraging the Designer API via .NET should not upgrade to Alteryx Designer 11.8, 2018.1, or 2018.2 because doing so will render API integration inoperable. The issue will be addressed in Alteryx Designer 2018.3 (expected GA end of August 2018) at which time users can safely upgrade. FAQ What Happened? We uncovered a previously unknown issue that renders the Designer API from .NET inoperable for Alteryx Designer 11.8, 2018.1, & 2018.2 (NOTE: API code itself is sound, the issue is 100% attributable to licensing). What is the Designer API? This notice is specifically for APIs accessed via the .NET assemblies such as “Allocate.Net.dll” and “AlteryxAPI.Net.dll”, documentation found on page 1 of: [installdirectory]\Alteryx\APIs\readme.pdf. Why did this happen? In our work to improve the Alteryx Designer Licensing experience, we inadvertently broke the ability to license API in Designer when using the .NET assemblies. This issue was identified and resolved in a timely manner and is expected to be resolved in Alteryx Designer 2018.3. What will this problem look like? - The user will receive a message that the API is not licensed. Who's Impacted? - Anyone leveraging Alteryx API on Designer 11.8, 2018.1, and/or 2018.2. Who's Not Impacted? Anyone leveraging Alteryx Designer API in Alteryx 11.7 and older. Alteryx Designer APIs accessed via C++ or the CLI were not impacted and will continue to work as expected. When will the issue be fixed? Alteryx Designer 2018.3 (expected GA end of August 2018) Next Steps? If you are using 11.8, 2018.1, 2018.2 and the Alteryx API, this issue directly impact you. We recommend downgrading to 11.7 until 2018.3 is released. Otherwise, wait until 2018.3 is released and use API integration with it. NOTE: You can also use Alteryx 11.7 and older without interruption until you choose to upgrade to 2018.3 (or future releases). Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org Alter Everything! -- Alteryx Product Extensibility team
If you are building a predictive model, inevitably you will want to analyze the effect that your independent variables have on your dependent variable. This article is meant to shed some light on the Alteryx-specific options for this type of analysis!
The Dynamic Replace Tool is an under-utilized tool in the Developer Toolset that is very powerful. It allows for dynamic formulas or conditions to be used in your workflow. It was first introduced in Alteryx 6.1 . It’s one of the few tools that is currently multi-threaded which makes is fast.
Welcome to the closing chapter of our voyage through the Pre-Predictive series! This has been a four-part journey introducing you to the thrilling world of data investigation. This section covers the plotting tools included in the Data Investigation Toolbox.
A common task that analysts can run into (and a good practice when analyzing data) is to determine if the means of 2 sampled groups are significantly different. When this inquest arises, the Test of Means tool is right for you! To demonstrate how to configure this tool and how to interpret the results, a workflow has been attached. The attached workflow (v. 11.7 ) compares the amount of money that customers spent across different regions in the US. The Dollars_Spent field identifies the amount of money an individual spent and the Region field identifies the region that the individual resides in (NORTH, SOUTH, EAST, WEST).
Ever needed to learn how to use an Iterative macro? This article walks you through the process with a basic mathematical problem highlighting how the data moves through the macro and loops back to continue processing.