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Laura Ellis
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May 8
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Easy Dashboards for Everyone Using Google Data Studio

No matter the job, most professionals do some level of analysis on their computer.  There are always some data sets that live outside the walls.  Or, some analyses that we know could be performed better in a not-easily-sharable tool such as excel, R, python, SPSS, SAS and so on.So how do you share your personal analysis with others?  Often times people export the graphs and tables to add into a presentation file.  One of the largest downfalls to this approach is that it can cause versioning and…See More
Jan 19
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Easy Dashboards for Everyone Using Google Data Studio

No matter the job, most professionals do some level of analysis on their computer.  There are always some data sets that live outside the walls.  Or, some analyses that we know could be performed better in a not-easily-sharable tool such as excel, R, python, SPSS, SAS and so on.So how do you share your personal analysis with others?  Often times people export the graphs and tables to add into a presentation file.  One of the largest downfalls to this approach is that it can cause versioning and…See More
Jan 19

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My Website or LinkedIn Profile (URL):
http://littlemissdat.com
Field of Expertise:
Business Analytics, Predictive Modeling, Statistical Programming, Web Analytics, Other
Years of Experience in Analytical Role:
13
Professional Status:
Technical, Manager
Interests:
Networking
What is your Favorite Data Mining or Analytical Website?
http://datasciencecentral.com
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http://kdnuggets.com
Your Company:
ibm
Your Job Title:
analytics architect

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Easy Dashboards for Everyone Using Google Data Studio

Posted on January 11, 2018 at 4:30pm 0 Comments

No matter the job, most professionals do some level of analysis on their computer.  There are always some data sets that live outside the walls.  Or, some analyses that we know could be performed better in a not-easily-sharable tool such as excel, R, python, SPSS, SAS and so on.

So how do you share your personal analysis with others?  Often times people export…

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