Author Archives: Frederic

TC18 Tableau Conference Highlights

I skipped the Tableau conference last year as it was taking place in Vegas, and that is usually not a good experience, even without crowd shooters. I was happy to partake again this year to TC18, which took place in … Continue reading

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Faster field name edits in Alteryx

From a distance, editing field names might not seem such a big issue, worth dedicating a blog post. Yet, I realize how much experience I gained over time, dealing with such minor issues, which end up affecting my productivity significantly … Continue reading

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Weird query results on Snowflake

If, when you use Tableau or Alteryx to query a Snowflake Database, you are getting weird $ amounts, not matching what is the database, you are experiencing a known bug in the recent versions of the Snowflake ODBC driver: https://support.snowflake.net/s/article/Regression-in-ODBC-v2-16-4-v-2 … Continue reading

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How to analyze easily Google Search Console data in Tableau

Whether you are deeply versed in the intricacies of SEO, or simply curious to optimize your web property’s organic search performance, you must likely are involved with the Google Search ConsoleĀ and its analytics. It is a very useful (and free!) … Continue reading

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Unboxing Tableau Prep 2018.1

A year and a half after the first demo of Project Maestro, Tableau has finally released his latest product: Tableau Prep. Tableau Prep is positioned as a standalone tool to “combine, shape, and clean data for analysis”. That puts Tableau … Continue reading

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