Category Archives: Performance

How to filter transactions by a calculated category using SQL Window Functions

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you need to filter a set of transactions based on categories which need to be calculated from that same set? Let’s say you have a data set containing all the customer … Continue reading

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How to Load Data in Bulk to Snowflake with Alteryx

Why a post about Snowflake? What does Alteryx and Tableau have to do with Snowflake? Here is some context: as I was planning to launch my Data Lake consulting business, which is now launched, I was looking for a place … Continue reading

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YoY YTD dashboard made easy in Tableau

When using a set of dated transactions which gets updated, how do you provide a report which will track visually a monthly ¬†YoY (Year over Year) YTD (Year to Date) comparison? This needs to work at the day level, to … Continue reading

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10 Tricks to adopt Redshift In-DB

If you are still manipulating data in Excel, why should you care about In-DB and Redshift? Whether you are accessing your Redshift data through Alteryx or through Tableau, knowing how to prepare your data within Redshift, with In-DB tool in … Continue reading

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Pathways to Analytics Automated Operations Nirvana

I already wrote a couple of posts on the topic of Automation of Operations using Alteryx, but I felt an update was in order, as the possibilities evolve so fast lately. I gauged some interest on the topic as well … Continue reading

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