We’re holding a special webinar on Thursday, April 27th, 12-1pm Central, to give you a sneak peek into the type of content that will be shared at Inspire. Join this webinar to hear how one Data Analyst at Symphony Health is using Alteryx to change the way they operate. Whether you are joining us in Vegas, or unable to make the trip, we want to share a taste of Inspire content so you, too, can become an Icon of Analytics.
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Andrew Kim is a Data Programmer/Analyst in Consumer Insights at Universal in Orlando. With Alteryx, Andrew and his team have virtually automated 98% of their survey research data preparation process. The team now spends less time on the tedious task of wrangling messy data, and more time with the fun part of their jobs — creating! Read on to learn more about the ROI Andrew and Universal have experienced with Alteryx, and how it’s helping them improve the overall customer experience at the park.
The 2016 election has ended and with the results we can now evaluate the accuracy of the predictions in our 2016 Presidential Electoral App. Read on to see how accurate our forecast was for each county, describe the comparison measures used, and how the model used within the predictive app stacked up against those measures.
Those who are curious to understand the inner working of the models built and used for the 2016 Presidential Election App will see exactly what data was used, how that data was used, and which models were tested in this blog.
Many analyst and analytic leaders take their roles in hopes of delivering insights that truly impact the business. The ugly truth is most are stuck performing mindless data tasks; creating the same weekly, monthly or quarterly reports; and not taking on strategic insight projects. Read on to see what this is costing organizations and how analytic visionaries are breaking free.
For organizations large and small, there’s a lot to be learned from the way that presidential electoral campaign teams are evolving the way they us analytics in order to navigate the competitive landscape.