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I have been using the Reporting tools a lot lately as I have been working on a Consumer Profiling wizard for Demographics Now. I have become pretty handy with them and figured I’d blog about a little tip I picked up creating my own legends for charts and maps using the Reporting Table tool.
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Wasn't summer supposed to be a quiet time? It feels like things are moving faster than ever here at Alteryx, so why not have a release? I'm excited to announce the release of version 6.2 of Alteryx later this month with a fantastic new addition for our Server clients.
The new Charting tool that will be in 6.0 contains a chart type called "Box and Whisker". For those of you who are not familiar with that type of chart, basically it is a statistical type of chart, which represents a "normal distribution" as if it were viewed from above the curve, looking down on it.
I never cease to be amazed at all of the things that Alteryx can be made to do. I was recently on a call with a client who asked if Alteryx could be used to dynamically serve up thematic map tiles that could be mashed up with Google or Bing Maps. My first reaction was, why not?