St. Louis, MO

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St. Louis User Group Leaders:

Alya Steward, Daugherty

Andrew Derbak, Mastercard

David Velleca, Mastercard

Treyson Marks, ProKarma
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Q3 2018 - STL User Group!

Alteryx Certified Partner

Hey Everyone! 


Excited to post about our next user group meeting! A bunch of us have been working hard to get a space and agenda put together. Here's the information - Let us know if you have any questions.


RSVP at Eventbrite:

STL Alteryx User Group Q3 2018


When: Monday, September 10th, 2018 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm



CiC - Havana Room

4240 Duncan Avenue

Saint Louis, MO 63108

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Parking: Guest and Event parking for 4240 is available in an adjacent lot, accessible from Sarah St.



  • Networking (snacks & drinks will be provided)
  • Alteryx Certifications Overview | Josh Brandt, Slalom Consulting
  • Geocoding & Spatial Demo | Andrew Derbak, Schnucks Markets
  • 2018.3 Alteryx Beta - Visualytics Demo | Mike Champlin, Slalom Consulting 

Ticket sales will close on 9/7 EOD!


Looking forward to meeting many of you there!

Alteryx Partner

WOOHOO!! I love snacks! :P

9 - Comet



   Thank you for coming out last night! As promised, you can find my presentation attached and the actual workflow here: Zip Code Spatial Map.


If you have any questions after looking through it all, I am more than happy to answer! Happy Alteryx-ing!

Alteryx Community Team
Alteryx Community Team

Awesome presentation @ADerbak. That was a really creative idea to ask the STL community to provide some data. And you are right, spatial isn't that hard and scary! You have inspired me.