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Creating an Analytical Dataset


Learn how to prepare data to ensure the efficacy of your analysis while improving fluency in Alteryx.

Learn how to prepare data to ensure the efficacy of your analysis while improving fluency in Alteryx.

Last Updated March 7, 2022


No experience required

Course Lessons

Lesson 1

Understanding Data

Understand the most common data types. Understand the various sources of data.

Lesson 2

Data Issues

Identify common types of dirty data. Make adjustments to dirty data to prepare a dataset. Identify and adjust for outliers.

Lesson 3

Data Formatting

Summarize, cross-tabulate, transpose, and reformat data to prepare a dataset for analysis.

Lesson 4

Data Blending

Join and union data from different sources and formats.

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Maureen Wolfson


Maureen Wolfson is a Solution Engineer at Alteryx, Inc. She has more than 20 years of data analysis expertise specializing in data, customer and geospatial analysis.

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