(Sorry to anyone bored by the great/hideous Brexit referendum - this is the last post on the topic, well, at least until the event actually happens 🙂 ) Today is the day! All us UK citizens can cast our direct-democracy vote as to whether the UK should remain in the EU, or say goodbye. It's been a long, torrid, at times revolting, … Continue reading Is the EU referendum actually a great conspiracy?
Month: June 2016
Brexit: Which newspapers support Leave and which Remain?
Being a glutton for punishment, another Brexit question struck me. Which newspapers are formally standing in the Leave camp, and which in the Remain? This question might strike you as beyond obvious based on the typical political outlook they adhere to and the output of their columnists - but it turns out it's not as straightforward as I … Continue reading Brexit: Which newspapers support Leave and which Remain?
The EU referendum: do voters understand what they’re voting on?
The UK's EU referendum is now less than a week away. We're each going to individually vote on something that could dramatically affect the future of our lives and even the structure of society the UK, so it's a potentially important one. Recent sick tragedies have added to the mess that is the provably wrong claims from the Leave camp, and the responses that seem … Continue reading The EU referendum: do voters understand what they’re voting on?
Future features coming to Alteryx 10.6 and beyond
One of my favourite parts of attending the ever-growing Alteryx Inspire 2016 conference and its like is hearing about the fun new features that tools such as the wonderful Alteryx are going to make available soon. It's always exciting to think about how such developments might improve our job efficiency, satisfaction or enable whole new activities that so far have … Continue reading Future features coming to Alteryx 10.6 and beyond