Why are some companies able to use Big Data to their advantage, while others remain mired in reams of information, but gain little insight? In many cases, those companies that have found success with Big Data are using data visualization to help make sense of the information.
Data Visualization is the study of the visual representation of big volumes of data. The main goal of data visualization is to communicate information clearly and effectively through graphical means. Learn about big data visualization products and strategies through these articles from the editorial experts at insideBIGDATA
Tableau Software (NYSE: DATA) announced the general availability of Tableau 10. A completely refreshed design, new analytical and mobile enhancements, options for preparing data and a host of new enterprise capabilities make this one of Tableau’s most significant releases in its history.
Looker, the data platform company, and Google BigQuery have found hundreds of hidden trends in voting data from the Census Bureau that until now couldn’t be explored freely because of the difficulties of accessing data of this size and complexity.
In this contributed article, Steve Kearns, Senior Director of Product Management at Elastic, looks at the idea of using relevance in graph exploration to open the door to asking more complex, and valuable questions.
Sisense Announces Business Intelligence Virtually Everywhere, an IoT Initiative to Take BI from 2D Screens to Real Life
Sisense, disrupting the BI market by simplifying business analytics for complex data, announced significant advancements to its platform to simplify the consumption of BI insights using IoT devices and Artificial Intelligence (AI) that create innately human sensory perceptions.
In this contributed article, Dr. Jans Aasman, Ph.D, CEO of Franz Inc., takes a look at a combination of advancements in various technologies—cognitive computing, graph databases, visualizations, and data discovery which deliver analytics results in a fraction of the time that IT departments typically required for analysis on even proprietary, relational data.
SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) unveiled SAP® Geographical Enablement Framework, powered by SAP HANA®, which helps organizations enrich business applications with geographic data from geographic information systems (GIS), such as Esri ArcGIS.
In this special guest feature, Adam Mollenkopf, Real-Time GIS Capability Lead at Esri, discusses how geospatial technology helps companies make the most of real-time data.
Zoomdata, developers of one of the world’s fastest visual analytics platform for big data, today announced it is among the first group of technology vendors to be listed in Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace for the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC).
As insideBIGDATA’s visualization of the week, here’s a historical perspective of global temperature change from 1850-2016. The data is from USA Today and represent median monthly temperature differences from 1961-1990 baseline.