Here at Key Data we are expanding our horizons and would like announce that Sam Batchelor has recently joined the team. Sam has moved from Auckland, New Zealand with her husband and son, and brings a wealth of knowledge around data and especially Tableau. Previously at Fonterra as their Data Analytics Manager, Sam enjoys working [...]
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Key Data Consulting wins the Tableau’s 2016 Services & Training Partner of the Year Asia Pacific Awarddavekeys 2017-03-06T12:26:41+00:00
I am incredibly proud to announce that Key Data Consulting has won Tableau’s 2016 Services & Training Partner of the Year Asia Pacific. With over 200 partners in the Asia Pacific region the award recognizes our team’s performance and achievements in helping customers to see their data differently, using Tableau. In the past year, we [...]
If you're part of a small business in Queensland, it's a good time to purchase software and get the training you need to use it. Until 9 December, the Queensland Government is offering small businesses matched funding of up to $10,000 for hardware, software and services as part of its small business digital grants programme. So, if you've [...]
Thrilled to hear Griffith University's Policy Innovation Hub has been awarded Viz of the Day on Tableau Public! A big congratulations to Sian Robinson et al from everyone here at Key Data Consulting! Sian's work visualised the Queensland electorates using census data. It is difficult to get an appearance on Viz Of The Day as it is selected [...]
This coming Wednesday 25 May 2016 the Brisbane Tableau User Group have an Open Data competition vizfest (lets just get people building viz's). Here are some resources and examples to make creating an Open Data Viz super easy! Some suggestions: It all starts with the data, If you want to include maps tableau recognises postcodes and [...]
Here is a Viz I developed for the 2016 Australian Dragon Boating Championships. Tableau can help athletes and trainers to understand their sports data in an intuitive way. For Dragon Boaters - and data lovers. Enjoy! <a href='#'><img alt='2016 Australian Dragon Boat Championships - Find a RaceHover over the icons in the bottom right for other [...]
Our size, services, and reputation are growing! It’s still early in the year but already I have plenty of news to share. Firstly, I was thrilled to discover Key Data Consulting was one of only three Tableau Partners nominated for Services Partner of the Year at the 2016 Asia Pacific (APAC) Summit. The nomination at APAC [...]
The Open Data Institute of Queensland had its first Annual Celebration and review in December combined with a "Data as Art" Exhibition. I was sad to have missed this event as I was overseas but enjoy supporting this organisation. In the past year Key Data Consulting have supported ODIQ behind the scenes and as a [...]
Analytics is about making differences obvious in a way that enables changes in behaviour and outcomes. At the 2015 Australian Tableau Conference, I gave a presentation on the application of Sports Science using Tableau and new generation ETL tools like Lavastorm and Alteryx. Using these tools helped my (Manly Dragons) Dragon Boating Club team to analyse team and individual technique and [...]
[columns] [span4] I get a lot of people asking me how they can become good at using Tableau. It’s a rapidly growing market and it’s natural to want to keep up with the latest technology. If you want to fast track your Tableau learning curve here are my top tips: Find something you are passionate about. It needs [...]