Publish Tableau Data Extract directly from Alteryx

2020-03-04T14:54:41+00:00December 29th, 2015|Alteryx, Tableau, Tableau Server|

Since writing this post I found an alternative and improved way to publish a Hyper file to the Tableau Server from Alteryx,  using the Alteryx Run Command. For those Alteryx and Tableau Server users the ability to publish Tableau Data Extract (tde) files directly from Alteryx to the Tableau Server is a huge benefit for [...]

Alteryx output to Tableau Data Extract tde file

2020-03-04T17:12:10+00:00October 6th, 2015|Alteryx, Tableau|

To output data from Alteryx to a Tableau extract is very simple. Alteryx has the output File Format of a TDE and Hyper file. Just select your data, drag in an Output tool and set the file type to be Tableau Data Extract (tde). Alternatively enter a .tde / .hyper file extension into the 'Write [...]

Starting out with R in Alteryx

2020-03-05T10:48:15+00:00February 17th, 2014|Alteryx|

One of the great things that makes Alteryx so useful is the integration with R. This makes advanced statistical analysis possible for those without the ability to code in R. As part of my Alteryx training series the R integration is important to understand. If you are new to Alteryx and would like to try [...]

2012 Primary Schools Performance in Tableau

2018-05-07T07:34:25+00:00February 8th, 2014|Alteryx, Tableau|

I wrote an earlier post as part of my Alteryx training using 2012 UK primary school data. As per this post on joining data in Alteryx, using the trade area tool in Alteryx and exporting the data into a TDE file, a Tableau Data Extract, I have now put the data into Tableau. In a [...]

Alteryx and Tableau to display UK schools data

2020-04-24T14:01:10+00:00February 6th, 2014|Alteryx, Tableau|

As part of my Alteryx training, following on from my starting out with Alteryx, I decided to try and use it for a real world example to test it out. I recently had a baby so have to start thinking about schools. Luckily the UK government make school performance data public and the excellent Guardian [...]