Reflect launched the public beta of its data visualization-as-a-service platform, enabling businesses to drastically reduce the time and resources needed to build analytics and data products. Within minutes, a new user can connect to their existing data sources, use the Reflect web app to design interactive views of their data, and embed them into their application or service.
People with visual impairments are often shut out from hot careers in STEM fields, including analytics and data science. Why? Because the technology is not accessible. That is changing, thanks to SAS® Graphics Accelerator. The software provides unparalleled access to data visualization and data science for people with visual impairments.
Boundless, a leader in open GIS, introduced an open GIS ecosystem to unlock the business intelligence of location-based data. In response to market demand for more open and scalable GIS solutions, the company extended its proven GIS platform with Boundless Connect, a subscription service to the most comprehensive repository of GIS data, and Boundless Desktop, a full-featured, professional desktop GIS, bringing a powerful ecosystem of geospatial knowledge, tools and resources to the enterprise.
As insideBIGDATA’s visualization of the week, data author Jamie Laird uses Tableau Public to show us clusters of songs on the @whileyouwork Spotify playlist (MusicPlusData).
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.