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The Data School has been paramount to our success at JLL. It has allowed us to bring in highly skilled Tableau and Alteryx consultants. It saves considerable time trying to recruit contractors as I know their skills and training are to the highest standard. Over the past 5 years my team has developed analytical insights which have generated multi million dollar savings of which a considerable amount can be attributed to the Data School consultants we have had working on projects.
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What our consultants are working on

We believe that sharing knowledge and expertise is key to driving innovation and growth in the data community. That's why we're excited to share our latest insights, tutorials, and industry trends with you through this blog.

Written by our team of experienced data consultants, these posts aim to solidify their own learning while giving back to the community.

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Fri 14 Jun 2024 | Cecily Santiago
Dynamic Zone Visibility Without Calculated Fields
There is a known issue in some versions of Tableau where when using calculated fields from an extract with dynamic zone visibility or dynamic axis titles, refresh extracts fail. If you come across that bug, you might want to use dynamic zone visibility (DZV) without using calculated fields
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Mon 17 Jun 2024 | Rui Pedro Fernandes Ramos
Tableau | Parameter
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Mon 17 Jun 2024 | Rui Pedro Fernandes Ramos
Male wie ein Data Analyst
Datenvisualisierung spielt eine entscheidende Rolle in der Datenanalyse. Sie hilft, komplexe Datenmengen verständlich und interpretierbar zu machen. Verschiedene Arten von Visualisierungen eignen sich für unterschiedliche Arten von Daten und Analysen
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Wed 29 May 2024 | Aileen Pfleiderer
Fire Prevention: Heatmapping Fire Risk Groups
or how to analyse 'at risk' groups through data analysis
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Sun 16 Jun 2024 | Yan Peng
How To Be A Confident Newcomer
Navigating a career change can be daunting, especially when starting something new feels uncomfortable, and you fear failure. A year ago, I decided to change my career, and my life has transformed in many ways thanks to that decision and my dedication to achieving my goals
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Tue 11 Jun 2024 | Aileen Pfleiderer
Reflecting on the Importance of SOPs: Lessons from My Academic Journey
or "How To Organize A One Week Client Project As Project Manager SOP". It is now week 11 and two weeks ago I already had the opportunity to slip into the role of project manager. For my reflection log, I started to summarise my experiences during this time in the form of bullet points
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Fri 14 Jun 2024 | Cecily Santiago
Chart Swapping Without DZV in Tableau
There is a known issue in some versions of Tableau where when using calculated fields from an extract with dynamic zone visibility or dynamic axis titles, refresh extracts fail. If you come across that bug, you might want to swap charts without using dynamic zone visibility (DZV)
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Wed 12 Jun 2024 | Cecily Santiago
Alteryx Auto Insights: Usage, Requirements, Reflections
A couple months ago, I attended an Alteryx Cloud Training provided by Alteryx to Data School consultants, which covered several of their cloud products including the exciting Alteryx Auto Insights
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Tue 11 Jun 2024 | Mel Niere
Data School Blog Roundup - May 2024
Compiled by Rusha Limba, Intern Tableau 1. Butterfly Charts in Tableau by Dominik Wieser. 2. Can I Change Colors by Selection in Tableau? by Sayd Abdul Tawab Hussainy. 3. Two types of Dashboards by Aileen Pfleiderer. 4
Tue 11 Jun 2024 | Tim Jeffries
"It's gonna get so much harder..."
A quick reflection on the first week of training, two days into the second. At the end of last week I stayed around after work, to get a few drinks with my new colleague, and many of them were interested to know how I'd found the first five days
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Mon 10 Jun 2024 | Dillon Thomas
Overcoming Adversity
Adversity is Normal: Adversity can be a hard pill to swallow. Many of us face scenarios in our personal and professional lives that force us to deal with adversity. Whether you face illness, loss of a loved one, abuse, bullying, job loss, financial instability, etc
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Sat 08 Jun 2024 | Yan Peng
The "Profit Ratio" Problem
In this post, I will address a type of KPI that requires caution when it comes to aggregation. I call it the "profit ratio" problem

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