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Holy Smokes!? What a nice surprise to have such a positive response to my previous blog post 5 Useful Design Patterns in Alteryx You Need to Master. I had so many positive responses, both online and offline, around how users either had never really thought about Alteryx in this way or the fact that these design patterns are so simple and effective. The overwhelming request that came out from those conversations was that they wanted to see more and since I am not one to want to disturb the Alteryx Force, I will comply.
Working in finance, I’m somewhat bummed that I don’t often get to explore the possibilities within location-based data. That’s why I was thrilled when a project fell into my lap to visually analyze taxes paid across German villages.