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Trifacta training videos, Lesson 1

Previously I've blogged about Trifacta training videos giving an overview of what I thought of them as videos. Having done that I was curious to see what happened if I actually followed them and did the course. So, this is me going into detail by following the videos...

Trifacta: What’s new

We are big fans of Trifacta. We’ve even written about what’s new with Trifacta before. Trifacta is always releasing new features and bug fixes so this blog covers the latest updates in the release of Trifacta Enterprise Wrangler Version 4 dated 03.03.2017. What’s new...

Trifacta training videos

We here at OptimalBI are pretty proud of being a Trifacta partner. We've written a few blogs about Trifacta in the past. We also wrote this guide to Getting started with Trifacta. If you are new to Trifacta their online training videos are a great place to start. Who...

Trifacta, What’s New in Version 4?

We’ve been loving Trifacta for a while now, enough to become partners last year, so with the release of version 4 I thought I’d have a look at what’s new. Enhanced User Experience Trifacta has always been at the forefront of the visual experience and with version 4...

3 Free Things

I was talking to somebody recently who had been dropped into the deep end in the world of Business Intelligence (so to speak) at their organisation and wanted to know what was required to be able to deliver information and some advanced analytical models. I was...

Converting Trifacta Recipes to Python

So we have been trundling along with Trifacta and now have exported our recipe, and now we want to do cool stuff with it. One of the cool things that we can do now is use the logic from Trifacta and produce our own little mini parsing engine that we have complete...

Question Time: Behind the scenes with Trifacta

Over the last few weeks I've been working through a series of 'Question Time' blogs, taking a look at the many sets of Open Data available from NZ and the wider world. Putting these together took a bit of time and a couple of tools so thought as well as sharing the...

Exporting and Importing Trifacta Wrangler Recipes

We have been playing around with Trifacta a lot recently, you can see all our Trifacta coverage here. As we know Trifacta = I can code (well, sort of). But as with any code we want to be able to save it, store it in Git and reuse it. Here is a short tutorial on how to...

Use Trifacta to Wrangle your data

As mentioned in Shane Gibson’s blog, Trifacta = I can code! (and free data wrangling on your desktop), some of us at OptimalBI have had the pleasure of using Trifacta’s Desktop Data Wrangling tool. A little something from their website Data Wrangling to Simplify the...

Getting started with Trifacta

I'm doing some work over the next few weeks creating visualisations, using Trifacta for data prep and QlikSense to make them pretty. I've spent a little bit of time getting my head around Trifacta and thought I'd help others get started. INSTALLING TRIFACTA...

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