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Posted by Peder Enhorning

September 24, 2019

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Why Do You Need a Data Warehouse or Data Mart?

We often get questions about better analytical insight and dashboard performance. We design dashboards that adhere to IPA (Insight, Performance, Appearance) but that’s often not possible if the underlying data structures are deficient and not properly organized. Tableau connects natively to many different SOR (System of Record) data sets found in an organization. They can […]

Posted by Eric

September 16, 2019

14:54

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LODs (Level of Detail Expressions) in Tableau

LOD expressions are an amazing, fantastic, and revolutionary enhancement in the Tableau world, but there are some things to keep in mind. An LOD expression is essentially an additional request for data within a database. Under the covers it’s a bit more complicated than this simple statement, but conceptually an LOD is a secondary request […]

Posted by Eric

July 3, 2019

13:57

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Visualizing Survey Data in Tableau Doesn’t Have to be Painful

Background One of the most common types of data we see at Unilytics is survey data. We’ve worked with surveys ranging from hundreds of respondents and dozens of questions to large surveys with tens of thousands of respondents and hundreds of questions. While there are some idiosyncrasies between small and large surveys, there are far […]

Posted by Teigen Enhorning

June 18, 2019

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Why Big Industries Automate Reporting with Tableau

Automation is the future, there’s no doubt about it. After all, who doesn’t want to save time and money. Tableau helps companies and government organizations automate reporting with a drag and drop style that doesn’t require coding, but welcomes it all the same. Automation is a hot topic in almost every industry including healthcare, agriculture, […]

Posted by Teigen Enhorning

May 6, 2019

18:45

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4 Data Storytelling Tips and Tiger Woods

If data alone could convince anyone of anything we’d all run perfect businesses.  In the last two years we’ve created more data than all other years combined!  So why does it feel like we’re not learning enough from all this information?  Well, it’s because we’re using less than half a percent of all this data.  […]

Posted by Karen

March 30, 2019

07:04

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6 Hottest BI Trends in 2019

As new technologies are  developed each year, our ability to deliver better technologies also increases. This leads to new breakthroughs each and every year in tech sectors, and in data analysis and management as well. We are constantly seeing newer and better techniques and methods to categorize, organize, and present data to make it easier […]

Posted by Eric

March 13, 2019

14:04

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Performance Tuning Checklist for Tableau Dashboards

The following list of changes, tweaks, or considerations are all designed to improve performance of a Tableau dashboard. Not all suggestions will work in all situations, so even with this list there is a need for experience and understanding of how Tableau works in order to properly evaluate this list. The list is generally presented […]

Posted by Peder Enhorning

January 29, 2019

18:58

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Data Warehouse Architecture

Your data needs to be easily accessible and stored in a way that leads to insightful analysis. That means using a data architecture to create that perfect data warehouse – an amalgamation of disparate data sources optimized and organized into one. This will enable informed decision-making. And will make your job more meaningful. Bringing data […]

Posted by Adam Jacobs

November 10, 2018

13:02

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Tableau Prep – The Fun, Fast, Effective Way to Clean and Prepare Your Data for Reporting

What is Tableau Prep? Tableau Prep is a desktop software tool that was introduced this summer. It’s a new offering in the Tableau Product family, joining Desktop, Server, Online and Reader. Tableau Prep is a separate software installation, with its own license key. With the new licensing of Tableau, everyone with Tableau Creator (which includes […]

Posted by Adam Jacobs

October 30, 2018

18:29

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RFM Analysis in Tableau

RFM (Recency, Frequency, Monetary) analysis is commonly used for customer segmentation, to split our users into types. For example, people who visit a website regularly but don’t buy much would be a high “frequency” but a low “monetary” visitor. This analysis is especially common in retail where we want to create a view of our […]

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