Category Archives: Alteryx

How to Increment in Alteryx

While Alteryx has many great functions right out of the box, I realized one thing they’re lacking is an increment function (or at least I haven’t found one).  Anyone who’s worked with SQL is familiar with the Identity data type … Continue reading

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Dynamic Filters in Alteryx

One common task most analysts encounter is the need to setup dynamic filters in their data workflows.  In SQL this is usually accomplished via a sub-query which is joined in to a main query.  In Alteryx, where each step is … Continue reading

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Key Reasons I Tried Alteryx

I thought I’d start off with an overall review of the Alteryx ETL tool and why I chose to give it a try. If I had to summarize it in one word (well …two) it would be Easy/Productive. I’d tried … Continue reading

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