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For the past four years, Alteryx and Tableau have been used to process and visualize global climate data. This work has been documented on the site: Climate Change Quantified. Many different descriptive analytical approaches were combined with interactive visualizations to examine the observed climate changes that have happened over time. This work was conducted to gain a better visual and quantitative understanding of global climate changes that have occurred. During this presentation, a new component of this work is explained. A detailed examination of temporal temperature changes at over 5,200 monitoring stations was conducted each day of the year. What this means is that nearly 2 million trend models were computed to quantify changes in temperature across 60 years. The results were used to understand the temporal and spatial temperature changes that have occurred worldwide. The goal of this presentation is to explain global climate change as documented by using historical temperature records. Video recordings of the Alteryx workflows developed to complete this work will be available.
Joe Mako - Consultant, Joe Mako, Inc
Ken Black - Data Scientist, General Motors