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Enhancing Client Experiences with Data and Analysis

I love sports. The idea of competing and testing yourself against others (and against yourself) is something I’ve enjoyed for most of my life. Often it hasn’t even been important who wins; it’s the experience of competing. I don’t compete … Continue reading

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Cleaning Up Stats Data for Volleyball

One of the things I’ve done the last few years is collect statistics as a coach for the kids I work with. Helping them understand how they are performing in competition is important, and it’s a good way to see … Continue reading

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Data Analysis Without a Server

Most of us that subscribe to this site are data professionals, and we work with large amounts of data for our organizations that is usually stored on a server class system, with TB sized, high performance storage systems. Whether on … Continue reading

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Learning some DAX

I’ve not done much BI work in my career, other than simple aggregates in reports. I’ve wanted to tackle projects, but I’ve rarely had a chance to spend time in this area at work. Recently I had a bit of … Continue reading

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