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You might want to (or need to) collect, store and process unstructured text items with associated metadata. Examples could be to set up a library for research purposes or to build a tool to watch the public discourse for relevant conversation pieces. This guide will showcase a just-the-basics approach to build one possible implementation of such a tool in Alteryx.
Having in-depth demographic information is often seen as the holy grail in the eyes of data analysts and their business stakeholders, and there is a good reason why: the context that can be added to your analytics, as a result, is hugely advantageous.
We want Designer to look like a powerful modern tool that gives you actionable results. When you show people workflows you've developed, they should see the same powerful tool you do, even if they've never used Designer.
As we develop workflows, it is inevitable that we will need to make additional modifications downstream of our data. To see the updates, we need to run the workflow. Depending on the data, this can take a long time. Let’s be honest, even waiting a couple of minutes to re-run the workflow is too much time... Ain't nobody got time for that.
If you google (a verb) "Date Frustration," the 7th article is Date Conversion Frustration - Alteryx Community. As a follow-up to my previous blog post, Marquee Crew's Guide to Dates, I'll provide you with some tools to better handle incoming date fields and help to teach you how to convert strings to dates. Even with tools like the DATETIME macro, this can be challenging. Hopefully, you'll avoid the frustration and skip directly to happily ever after.
Have you ever wanted to be notified if a workflow ran into an issue? Or get push notifications when incoming data quality didn't meet your standards? Check out the Twilio SMS Alert tool, which will send you a text message based on the tool's incoming data.
Under more pressure than a Neutron star? Trying for Overachiever of the week? Now you can use Designer 2018.2 to publish metainfo with a Tableau Hyper file! You also have more time to work on being an overachiever because this connector remembers Tableau Server connections for you. Kind of like how the calendar in my phone never forgets birthdays (never ever - even birthdays I no longer need to remember, like all my exes), only the Publish to Tableau Server tool is way less annoying. A few things you should know about this all new connector...
Sure Alteryx is powerful, but can it reproduce the elements of computing from the basic logical primitives? In this first post of three, I'll cover the construction of boolean operators from first principles, which will form the foundation for creating an Arithmetic Logic Unit inside of Alteryx!
The Visual Layout tool which we showed off at the Inspire Product Keynote will be shipping in the Lab in 11.3! Check out this article to get a rundown on the new tool and where to submit your feedback.
With the release of Alteryx Analytics 11.0, there were many changes to bridge the gap between self-service analytics and data governance. For many users, they may stumble across features as they experience them, while others are excitedly scanning the release notes.
The nature of working in Customer Support is that you’re always talking to people. But whether we're chatting with team members, fulfillment techs, product managers, quality engineers, software developers, solutions consultants, solutions engineers or account managers, the customer is always the center of what we do.
If you haven't had a chance, please checkout the Decision 2016 Presidential Election application. The app predicts who the winning candidate will be within a given U.S. neighborhood, as well as breaks down the outcome by demographics such as age, education, income, and race. Data from SurveyMonkey and the blending, spatial, predictive and Gallery API functions in Alteryx are used to create predictions that are beautifully displayed with help from Carto and Tableau. This post will walk through the architecture that was used to accomplish this.
Recently we celebrated the launch of our long anticipated Tool Mastery Series, a collective of Knowledge Base articles tasked with communicating the most inspired uses of each Alteryx tool. Check out how we automated all the hard parts and brought the series to life!