A Cup of Data 2021

A Cup of Data is a new series of shorter events focused on single use cases and related discussion. The first of these took place in April 2021.

Sessions were recorded and are available on demand below or via the DataTribe YouTube channel.

A Cup of Data Vol 1

A Journey of Einstein Discovery Using F1 Data

Erick Mahle

Erick Mahle

#SalesforceResponsibly, x14 ☁ Certified

Interested in getting started with making predictions? Let’s have a fun session on that then.

I found a project to blaze my trail, and six months after a very intensive project, it’s time to share what my lessons learned have been.

In this session, we’re going over things that I struggled with, things that were tough to find, several trial and errors as we have some fun to try to predict some races in the 2020 Formula 1 Season, and how we’ll be using the 2021 Season to continue to fine tune our data model.

What's Brewing? - Ask The Experts

Bharadwaj Tanikella

Bharadwaj Tanikella

Einstein Discovery Product Manager at Salesforce

Darvish Shadravan

Darvish Shadravan

Cloud Solution Engineer at Salesforce

Our expert panel for this discussion will be Bharadwaj Tanikella and Darvish Shadravan, Product Owners at Salesforce, and they will be spilling the tea on exciting upcoming features, giving advice on how best to use Einstein Discovery in your organization, and taking questions from the audience.

A Cup of Data Vol 2

Data Prep Smart Transformations Workshop

Jim Pan

Jim Pan

Director Product Management, Tableau CRM at Salesforce

Learn how to forecast sales using Time Series Forecasting and applying the magical Finance overrides in Data Prep Recipes, and then build white-space analysis end-to-end using Clustering.

Forecast case volume (and applying the same magical overrides to account for external and internal factors not in the data), detect sentiment in cases, and segment customers by case volume, sentiment trends, and CSAT scores to identify attrition risks for early action.

In order to follow the workshop you do need to get a developer org and make sure the pre-work has been done. Check out the link to both below.

🔗 Get an analytics developer org

🔗 View the workbook