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I'm working in geospatial modeling / remote sensing out of Virginia Tech, and one of the biggest challenges is having to constantly shift between R / Python / Matlab / ArcMap and myriad specialized software for processing raster data and building models. I know Alteryx is more on the business analysis side of things (which is why I started using it), but was wondering if other people use it for scientific computing - and if anyone else has had success building tools that other people actually used.
I'd like to integrate all these processes, and the data blending and some of the predictive tools in Alteryx might be a good fit, especially if I can integrate R and Python.
Basically, if anyone has any insights, and if you think it might be a worthwhile endeavor, let me know.