Tag Archive for data visualization

Saama Announces the Fluid Analytics Engine

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by Angela Guess A new article out of the company reports, “Saama Technologies, Inc., the leading pure-play analytics solutions company, today announced Fluid Analytics Engine™, a highly flexible analytics technology that results in fast, measurable business outcomes exactly suited to meet customer needs. This allows companies to use advanced analytics for competitive advantages in days…

Big Data, Semantic Web Technology, and Data Visualization

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by Angela Guess Mary Shacklett of Tech Republic recently wrote, “In a 2012 study conducted by IDC and sponsored by EMC, worldwide data volumes were projected to reach 40 zetabytes by 2020. The same study reported that only 3% of all data in 2012 was tagged and ready for manipulation, and that only 0.5% of…

How to Harness Your Data in 2015

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by Angela Guess Chris Preimesberger of eWeek recently wrote, “The more data enterprises store up about their customers, the markets, their competitors and their own organizations, the more opportunity the enterprise will have to obtain insights that will help grow the bottom line. There is great potential power in big data. The question all enterprises…

Big Data, The God Particle, and a Natural Symphony

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by Angela Guess Steven Kotler of Forbes recently wrote, “It’s a puzzle wrapped in an enigma wrapped in a symphony. It’s the Higgs boson, the so-called God particle, the greatest physics find of the 21st century, turned into music. Chamber music, to be exact… To commemorate the 60th anniversary of CERN—the Swiss institute where the…

Data Visualization: 3 Mistakes to Avoid

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by Angela Guess Noah Iliinsky of Information Week recently wrote, “There has been a lot of talk about data visualization lately — almost as much as there has been about big data. We’re told that visualization is the best way (or the only way) to understand data, and that if we’re not visualizing it, we’re missing…

Data & Design: Better Together

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by Angela Guess Mark Hansen of the New York Times recently wrote, “From a speedometer to a weather map to a stock chart, we routinely interpret and act on data displayed visually. With a few exceptions, data has no natural ‘look,’ no natural ‘visualization,’ and choices have to be made about how it should be…