Archive for: 2019

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Tableau Extensions Addons Introduction: Synchronized Scrollbars
December 2, 2019
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At this year’s Tableau Conference, I tried to stay on the safe side and show mostly Tableau supported solutions: visualizations on real-time data, Jupyer Notebook like experiences and so on. I had only one exception, my “Tableau Extensions Add-ons” microframework that allowed me to show use cases like synchronized scrolling of dashboard elements, getting and validating […]
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Tableau External Services API: Adding Haskell Expressions as Calculations
November 20, 2019
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We all have our own Tableau Conference habits.  Mine is to participate in the first-day hackathon, build something super cool that nobody understands and in the end win nothing. Tableau 2019 was no exception. Earlier this year, our team won the NYC Tableau Hackathon —  and I had almost nothing to do with it.  My […]
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Scaling out Tableau Extracts – Building a distributed, multi-node MPP Hyper Cluster
August 11, 2019
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Tableau Hyper Database (“Extract”) is a great engine; it’s one of the reasons people obsessed with Tableau analytics. However, being a single node database server, it has its limits (performance and data size) – that we are going to break in this blog post. With adding multi-node capacity, partitioning and distributed query processing Hyper will […]