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Welcome to the Alteryx Greater Indianapolis User Group! Use this group to build a community of Alteryx Users in the Greater Indianapolis area.

It is open to all who are already Alteryx users or want to explore the capabilities of Alteryx Advanced Analytics Platform. Ask questions, share ideas and best practices related to Alteryx.

Greater Indianapolis User Group Leaders:

Jarrod Thuener, KristalyticsPatrick Digan, Medical Protective Dulton Moore, Medical ProtectiveKenda Barnes, Medical Protective

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Welcome to the Greater Indianapolis User Group

Welcome to the Greater Indianapolis User Group! My name is Patrick Digan @patrick_digan and I will be leading this group along with Dulton Moore @DultonM and Jarrod Thuener @jarrod.  As a way for everyone to get to know each other, reply with answers to the following questions:

 

  1. What’s your name and what industry do you hail from?
  2. How long have you been using alteryx?
  3. What Alteryx Tool/Feature do you like the most?
  4. What Alteryx Tool/Feature do you want to learn more about?

I'll start things off:

    1. Patrick Digan. I work for an insurance company.

    2. 1.5 years.

    2. Batch macros-I can always find a way to sneak a batch macro into a workflow.

    3. R-I've only scratched the surface, but I'm excited about being able to leverage the power of R in my alteryx workflows.

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Bolide
Bolide

Hey All!

 

My name is Jarrod Thuener and I'm looking forward to working along side @patrick_digan and @DultonM to further grow Alteryx interest in the Indy area. 

 

Here's a little bit about me:

1. Jarrod Thuener. Austin-Based Marketing/Analytics company.

2. 8+ years (time flies)

3. Nothing feels better than creating, deploying and utilizing a purposeful app

4. R/Predictive tools - I've forgotten much of what I learned in high school/college stats

Bolide

Hello Everyone! I'm excited to work with @patrick_digan and @jarrod to start this user group. I look forward to meeting everyone!

 

About me:

  1. Dulton Moore. I hail from the insurance industry.
  2. 2 years.
  3. Favorite Tool: Multi-Row Formula (it's surprisingly handy!)
    Favorite Feature: ...hard question....excluding the speed and ease of using Alteryx, probably batch macros.
  4. Tool: Fuzzy Matching (it's a surprisingly complicated tool with many hidden mysteries!)
    Feature: All things Predictive
  1. Robert Allen and I work in the insurance industry.
  2. 8 months
  3. Batch Macros
  4. Data investigation group

1. My name is Brock. I am from MedPro.

2. 3 days

3. I like them all equally

4. All of them

 

Thanks for the invite!

1. My name is Skyler Haas, and I work in the insurance industry.

2. I have been using Alteryx for approximately 311 days.

3. Summarize is my favorite overall, but I really like the CrossTab tool now that I know how to use it.

4. I'd like to learn more about using R in Alteryx. I don't know much about R to begin with, but being able to use it in Alteryx is good incentive to further my knowledge.

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Pulsar

1. My name is Kenda Barnes, and I also work for an insurance company.

2. I have been using Alteryx for about 5/6 of a year.

3. I like the Sort tool because I like organization.

4. Most of them.

Meteor

Hey! I can't wait to take advantage of all of the pooled knowledge here!

 

1. My name is Veronica Brown. I work in the insurance industry.

2. < 1 month

3.  Well... with the limited knowledge I have, I'd have to say Formula is my favorite.

4. All!

Hi everyone! I am excited to see an Indianapolis group get started.

 

1. Brent Smith, medical devices

2. 4 years 

3. Transpose, multi-row formula and output to Tableau server

4. The new prescriptive tools 

1. My name is Rob Cottrell, and I work in the medical devices industry.

2. about 4 years

3. Macros, Multi-Field Formulas, and In-DB tools

4. Building my own API connectors using the Download tool