Monthly Archives: July 2015

Avoid Sampling Your Google Analytics Data

Google Analytics (GA) is a good freemium tool to analyze traffic flowing through your web properties. It is the most widely used for web analytics, with a 82.4% market share for July 2015, commensurate to Google’s share of the web search … Continue reading

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Optimize Performance by Adjusting Automatically Fields Width

Field width is not a very sexy topic compared to Visualization or Spark R. That’s a very good reason to get that basic topic out of the way with an approach that will save you time to spend on much … Continue reading

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Mask / Anonymize your data with Alteryx

If you handle data, chances are, you have run into this situation where, upon creating a masterpiece visualization, or an innovative report, you need to share it outside your organization for, say: presenting at a conference obtaining vendor technical assistance … Continue reading

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Extracting Salesforce.com (SFDC) data to Tableau

For convenience, I will systematically refer to Salesforce.com as SFDC. As the largest CRM vendor according to Gartner, SFDC is pretty ubiquitous, and the odds are that most Tableau users dealing with sales figures have already run into this data … Continue reading

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