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Analytics as an Equalizer: Creating a “We Culture”

This article is by Olivia Duane Adams and originally appeared on the Alteryx Analytics Blog here:


Everything starts with a story. There was a time, not too long ago, when it was incredibly rare to see women pursue careers in science and technology and while we still see women underrepresented in these areas, women are taking a stronger foothold in mathematics and analytics.

Alteryx 2019.4 is now available!

This article is by Christopher Russell and originally appeared on the Alteryx Analytics Blog here:

See 20/20 with our 2019.4 release as we take off into the new year and begin solving your biggest business questions with better vision.

Innovating in Data Science and Machine Learning: Modeling Better Together

This article is by Alan Jacobson and originally appeared on the Alteryx Analytics Blog here:

What is Feature Engineering?
First, before we go too far into all the reasons why we are excited, let’s talk a bit about what Feature Engineering is all about.

“Being in the Zone” with Augmented Intelligence

This article is by Elif Tutuk and originally appeared on the Qlik Blog here:


According to positive psychologist Mihály Csíkszentmihályi, what I described with this skiing experience is known as flow state, defined as an “optimal state of consciousness where we feel our best and perform our best.

How Pepper Spain Optimizes Consumer Finance Through Machine Learning

This article is by Gareth Goh and originally appeared on the DataRobot Blog here:


Pepper Spain is one of the leading providers of consumer finance services in Spain, working with point-of-sale retailers across all industries to give them the best financing options for their business needs.

Citizen Data Science: Buzzword or Big Deal?

This article is by Sydney Firmin and originally appeared on the Alteryx Nation Blog here:

Drivers of Citizen (Data) Science
Citizen science has become more and more widespread in academic research because of a few different phenomena; both social and technological.

The Qlik Sense November 2019 Release

This article is by James Fisher and originally appeared on the Qlik Blog here:

Qlik has released 'Qlik Sense' November 2019 that introduces expanded cloud connectivity, SOC 2 Type 2 certification, new visualization capabilities, mobile offline support for Android, reporting improvements and more.