Dublin User Group Leaders:
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Join us for our next Alteryx User Group meeting. We are very excited to provide an opportunity for Alteryx users in Dublin to connect, share best practices, and improve skill sets that help maximize their potential with Alteryx.
Attend this event to network and gain valuable insights on how your peers are using Alteryx. This will be a working session, bring your laptop with Alteryx Designer on it to follow along! We hope to see you at the meeting!
Thank you to our hosts The Information Lab!
Wed, 26 June 2019
18:15 – 20:15 IST
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Dublin User Group meeting scheduled for tomorrow will be postponed to 3rd of July. We deeply apologies for any inconvenience and we hope you can attend.
New Meeting Details
Date: 3 July, 2019
Time: 6:15pm-8:15pm IST
Location: WeWork, Block D, Iveagh Court, Dublin 2
I would like to apologise for the mix-up which resulted in people attending and wasting time in your evening. I very much appreciate how valuable your free time is. I will ensure it does not happen again.
To apologise, we will offer free training, for a single day or multiple days, for anyone in The Alteryx User Group in Ireland.
We, The Information Lab in Ireland, will provide three days of training in August. If you sign up on this comment thread, and indicate which session(s) you would like to attend, I will arrange same.
On day 1 you will learn about connecting to data; parsing data and preparing data for analysis, with an introduction to Macros.
On day 2, the learnings will be focused on Standard, Batch and Iterative macros in addition to advanced analytics and API connectivity.
On day 3, we will speak about Alteryx Server configuration and how to leverage analytic apps and Server.
We will book a location depending on the numbers. We will also ensure we run this user group successfully within the next 6 weeks.
Many sincere thanks for your time, and please accept my apologies for the mix-up.
The Information Lab Ireland