Live Stream: How to Create a Time Series Forecast in Alteryx
Wednesday, March 10th, 2021
11AM PST | 1PM CST | 2PM EST
Learn a step-by-step Alteryx tutorial for an effective practice of predictive modeling: time series forecasting!
Have you wondered about the potentials of predictive modeling for your sales, budgeting, and marketing efforts? Perhaps you are curious to know if your business sales might increase during the rest of the pandemic or how many hits your e-commerce website will receive next year?
Fortunately for you, our upcoming webinar will explore one of the most effective methods for easily answering those questions: Time Series Forecasting, which is the use of a model to predict future values based on previously observed values.
Join us on Wednesday, March 10th for a one-hour live stream webinar, in which we will teach you step-by-step how to build a time series forecast model in Alteryx. You will learn:
- How to take advantage of the best Time Series tools in Alteryx
- The difference between ARIMA and ETS time series models
- How to identify patterns found in your historical and transactional data
- How to account for seasonality in your time series forecasting
- How to identify risks as well as opportunities based on those patterns
Bonus: Attendees will receive a copy of the workflow and data set used in the presentation.
As an avid hiker and film photographer, live stream host John Emery loves the US National Parks. He also dislikes crowds, and subsequently plans his travels to parks during the off-season! John will review building a forecast model for park visitation so that you can learn the essentials of Time Series Forecasting and also plan your next trip!
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About the Speaker: John Emery
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