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Tableau Tip Tuesday: Creating Connected Scatter Plots in Tableau. Listen and create ambient sounds easily. Tableau Zen: Calculation to group data into bi-weekly periods. I posted this to the calculation reference library today...

Tableau Zen: Calculation to group data into bi-weekly periods

Description: This calculation will take any date field and aggregate it at a bi-weekly level. This is useful for reporting on data by period if your company does bi-weekly pay periods. By default, this will work on weeks that start on Sundays. You can change that by setting the week start day to a different day of the week (right click on data source > date properties). Example Calculation: IF DATEDIFF('week',DATETRUNC('week',[Date Field]),#7/27/2014#)%2=0 THEN DATEADD('week',2,DATETRUNC('week',[Date Field]))-1 DATEADD('week',1,DATETRUNC('week',[Date Field]))-1 Comments: This works by checking whether the date field is an even or odd number of weeks from the referenced date. Knowledge is Beautiful, my new book. After 15,832 person hours of effort over two years (yes, I tracked them), I would like to announce the completion of my new infographic ultra tome, Knowledge is Beautiful.

Knowledge is Beautiful, my new book

Published by HarperCollins this autumn, it contains exactly 196 new hand-crafted infographics and visualisations, free-ranging across many subjects areas. Science, power, money, health, space, art, thought and dogs. Yes, dogs. See the insides as I ‘unbox’ it live Order today » UK edition (Amazon) – (Waterstones – £7 off) » US edition (Amazon) – (Barnes & Noble) » French edition » purchase ibook from the UK Apple Store online It’s a bit of an evolution beyond my previous book, Information is Beautiful (published as The Visual Miscellaneum in the US). Visual Workouts. 35 Affirmations That Will Change Your Life  If you believe the phrase you are what you think, then life truly stems from your thoughts.

35 Affirmations That Will Change Your Life 

But we cannot rely purely on thoughts; we must translate thoughts into words and eventually into actions in order to manifest our intentions. This means we have to be very careful with our words, choosing to speak only those which work towards our benefit and cultivate our highest good. Affirmations help purify our thoughts and restructure the dynamic of our brains so that we truly begin to think nothing is impossible. The word affirmation comes from the Latin affirmare, originally meaning "to make steady, strengthen. " Affirmations do indeed strengthen us by helping us believe in the potential of an action we desire to manifest. The art of the spoken word is critical in crafting our futures. 1.) 2.) 3.)

How to Practice Gratitude – Helpful Tips. (and focus on what's really important.)

How to Practice Gratitude – Helpful Tips

In a stuck moment, it’s hard to see positive forces when obstacles are blaring and fears are looming. This is a good time to be grateful. Not grateful for what has us stuck, but appreciating what doesn’t. Gratitude helps us see our situation in a way that can lessen panic, and could open up our thinking to new solutions. Thing is, people aren’t hardwired to be grateful. Gratitude puts situations into perspective. AutoHotkey Expression Examples: "" %% () and all that.

LESSON #1:The only place to use %x% is where a literal string NOT enclosed in double-quotes is expected.

AutoHotkey Expression Examples: "" %% () and all that

Otherwise, don't use %% around a variable name. Notice in the following examples that unquoted literal strings are expected. ( = assigns unquoted literal strings ) The run function expects an unquoted string, so we use %%, otherwise notepad would try to open a file named 'MyDocument'. In the first case above, the run function is actually accepting an unquoted string which happens to begin and end with a double quote character. Wat je moet weten over functioneringsgesprekken. Lifehack Quotes. 20 Online and App Resources to Help You Boost and Improve Productivity. You probably have a smartphone in your hand, or really close by, and somewhere near, your email client is open.

20 Online and App Resources to Help You Boost and Improve Productivity

You are constantly on the lookout for the newest email, tweet, like, invite or any other kind of notification that can give you the latest info on your current project. Being this busy comes with its own drawbacks, as it can be pretty tiresome which all can lead to a big decrease in productivity. Because of this, true professionals are constantly trying to find the newest, most effective shortcut that will make their day a bit easier.

There are so many different productivity apps that are already available on the market, both for Android, iOS and the still developing Windows Phone. It is important to know how to choose the app that is perfect for you and your needs, and that will suit your style the most. 1. 1Password (Android, iOS, Windows PC, Chrome Extension, Website) 2. 10-questions-successful-people-always-ask-themselves. According to Leon Ho, founder of Lifehack and Steply, there are three types of people, those who do not ask enough questions, those who have a lot of questions but no intention to answer them and those who ask good questions and seek ways to answer them.


We live in a world that is plagued with going with the conventional way and settling for the ordinary. But that is not the approach of the successful. Successful people are restless and nothing is good enough until it becomes better. That is why they ask the right questions and discover ways to answer them. List of Keys and Mouse/Joystick Buttons for Hotkeys and Macros. Mouse (mouse hotkeys require Windows NT/2000/XP or later) LButton - the left mouse button RButton - the right mouse button MButton - the middle or wheel mouse button WheelDown - this is equivalent to rotating the mouse wheel down (toward you) WheelUp - the opposite of the above WheelLeft and WheelRight [v1.0.48+] - these two require a mouse with left/right scrolling capability, but they have no effect on operating systems older than Windows Vista.

List of Keys and Mouse/Joystick Buttons for Hotkeys and Macros

(See mouse wheel hotkeys to detect how far the wheel has been turned.) Supported only in Windows 2000/XP or later: XButton1 - a button that appears only on certain mice XButton2 - a button that appears only on certain mice Keyboard Note: The names of the letter and number keys are the same as that single letter or digit.