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Bilbeo | The Performance Management Revolution. Designjamiasi visualization and interactive data exploration. Prospecting for corporate IT gold. The Future of Business Data - If you’re disappointed with big data, you’re not paying attention. There has been a backlash lately against big data. From O’Reilly Media to the New Yorker, from Nassim Taleb to Kate Crawford, everyone is treating big data like a piñata.

Gartner has dropped it into the “trough of disillusionment.” I call B.S. on all of it. It might be provocative to call into question one of the hottest tech movements in generations, but it’s not really fair. That’s because how companies and people benefit from big data, data science or whatever else they choose to call the movement toward a data-centric world is directly related to what they expect going in. Arguing that big data isn’t all it’s cracked up to be is a strawman, pure and simple — because no one should think it’s magic to begin with. Correlation versus causation versus “what’s good enough for the job” One of the biggest complaints — or, in some cases, proposed facts — about big data is that is relies more on correlation than causation in order to find its vaunted insights.

Web data is only part of big data. Looking 4 data visualization: Tools. . RAW est une nouvelle application web ouverte et gratuite qui permet de créer aisément des dataviz basées sur le framework D3.js de Mike Bostock (Data Designer au New York Times). . Développé par l'institut de recherche italienne Density Design, l'outil permet de générer sans aucune ligne de code des visualisations avancées de type Treemap, Dendogram, Fineo Diagram. Les données peuvent être importées à partir de fichiers texte (.csv, .tsv) ou à partir d' Excel, TextEdit ou TextWrangler. . 6 types de layouts / composants graphiques sont disponibles à ce jour : Treemap, Bubble Chart, Dendogram, Hexagonal Binning, Alluvial Diagram (Fineo), Circle Packing. . . 'raw is conceived to ease graphic production, not to replace it.

A JavaScript toolkit for visualizing networks. La boite à outils.


Network. Timeline. Video. Graphics. Business Intelligence and user adoption: A Depp-esc disaster? We’ve said it for a long time. In fact, we wrote a blog about it almost two years ago – What’s the Key Metric for Measuring BI Performance? The answer? “Simple – The rate of end-user adoption. That is, how many people in an organization who have access to BI software, actually use that software, and access the reports it generates, on a regular basis, to help them make operational and strategic business decisions.” And, much like the enduring partnership between Tim Burton and Johnny Depp – although their latest collaborative effort (Dark Shadows) received a dismal 42 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes and had the LA Times wondering “has America fallen out of love with Johnny Depp?”

– Business Intelligence (BI) and sustainable widespread user adoption seem somewhat inseparable. Research and advisory firms try again… Industry research and analyst goliath, Gartner, suggests as much in its report The Consumerization of BI Drives Greater Adoption. Now back to that Aberdeen report… i. I. I. 6 Great Interactive Data Visualization Tools (Part 2) Welcome back for the second part of my series on interactive data visualization (dataviz) tools. In part one, we covered three cool tools for visualizing charts and graphs and many other data types on a webpage. In part two, we take a look at three more tools that are a bit more complex but have some incredible data visualization capabilities. 4.

Simile Exhibit Exhibit is a very robust and customizable offering. One of its main strengths is a unique approach to rendering the data. In addition to easy-to-use filtering, sorting and search tools, it allows you to use an HTML template (called a "lens" in Exhibit) to be constructed to get everything on the page looking exactly how you want it. Visualization Types Supported: Line Graphs, Maps, Scatter Plots, Multi-Filterable Lists, Timelines, Timeplots and more…with widgets! 5. Javascript InfoVis Toolkit is a nice suite of tools for creating charts and graphs on a webpage. 6. Wow, D3.js is cool! D3 isn't really like the others. Conclusion. Links.