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How Yum! Brands Uses Location Data from Foursquare to Make Smarter Decisions

Join this virtual event with a compelling panel of technology leaders to discuss to discover how Yum! Brands and other organizations are leveraging location-based data to boost in-app location accuracy, increase in-store foot traffic, and expand e-commerce business.

USGIF White Paper: Geospatial Intelligence & AI/ML Progress During a Pandemic

The United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) published a white paper on a topic impacting the intelligence community (IC) and more specifically, the GEOINT community; Geospatial Intelligence & AI/ML Progress During a Pandemic.

Three Ways Data Scientists are Fighting COVID-19

Data scientists in academia, non-profits, and the government have come together to track and respond to the economic & humanitarian impacts of the coronavirus. Put together by our friends over at SafeGraph, here are three ways data scientists are fighting COVID-19.

The Ultimate Guide to Data Visualization

“The Ultimate Guide to Data Visualization” eBook by Inzata, discusses how data visualization is all about communication. With clear, easy to read charts and visuals, the information can be effectively read and understood. This guide discusses the different types of visualizations, the appropriate time to use each one, and how to design visuals that will communicate the data clearly.

Current-Day Problems with Analytic Rendering: Why an Open Standard is Needed and What an API Design Could Look Like

In this contributed article, Khronos Group discusses how visualization applications simply describe objects in a scene to be rendered to gain portable access to a range of rendering back-end implementations. But with a successful analytic rendering open standard, technologists will be able to access a wider, more diverse range of rendering capabilities and engines.

RPI Student Team Phase 1 Winner for Data Visualization Competition with “Mortality Minder” App

An app created by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute students that identifies social conditions contributing to declining life expectancy at a community level is a Phase 1 winner in a data visualization competition sponsored by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Visualization Best Practices for Business Analysts

In this contributed article, freelance human Avery Phillips discusses what you need to know about ensuring visualization is an asset and not a point of confusion for an organization. What visualization does is clarify what would often otherwise be complicated and murky given the way that large amounts of data can be hard to classify.

Datorama Launches Data Canvas – AI-supported Data Visualization for More Impactful Marketing Analytics

Datorama, a global technology company, announced the launch of Data Canvas, a suite of new data visualization capabilities within its Marketing Intelligence platform. Datorama Data Canvas leverages the power of artificial intelligence (AI) in a brand new way — to help marketers create expert-designed dashboards to tell compelling, data-driven stories.

How to Improve Workplace Innovation with Interactive Visualization of Big Data

In this contributed article, Simon Harris-Briggs, responsible for promoting the Avocor brand across Europe and the Middle East, discusses how visualization is the most compelling way to get employees to engage with data. Though data visualization has mostly been static to date, interactive data visualization is growing in popularity.

Introducing ChartFactor, a Component-based Toolkit For Speeding Up the Implementation of Data Applications

Aktiun announced the release of ChartFactor, a component-based toolkit designed to speed up the implementation of data applications that visualize and interact with data. ChartFactor builds on and combines the latest advances in data visualization, data access, and simplified programing models.