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We all know that working with an example is usually much easier than just reading some instructions and trying to build something out “from scratch.” It’s with this thought in mind that our Alteryx Content Engineering team (@NeilR being the primary contributor) has published a Starter Kit that is focused on the process of A/B Testing and makes available an end-to-end example of how you can complete this type of testing using Alteryx. The Kit is designed to provide what you need to “get started” with both understanding what the test process actually is, as well as how to use the specific tools found in Alteryx.
Larger workflows sometimes require a little extra effort to navigate around. We are exploring some enhancements to make it easier to move across a large canvas and we would love to hear your thoughts, suggestions, and concerns.
It has been a long time coming I know, but I hope you enjoy the new content. I'm pleased to say this pack has three new contributors from the community, something which I hope we can continue with future releases.
The Visual Analytics Kit for Tableau contains macros designed to allow Alteryx Designer users the ability to seamlessly prepare and analyze data for presentation within Tableau. Also contained, are over a dozen samples showcasing different use cases for these macros. Two macros contained in the kit that will prove invaluable to Tableau users are the ability to output directly to a Tableau Workbook using the Output Tableau Workbook macro and the Polygon for Tableau macro, which allows you to create custom polygons for mapping within Tableau.