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Why Tableau?

‘Tableau Public’ is a free analytics and “business intelligence” software that can help anyone analyze and visualize their data, including literary data (Tableau). By importing and organizing the data first in an Excel spreadsheet (XLSX.), users can easily navigate between the database creating different types of charts, maps plotting latitude and longitude, graphs, bar graphs, pie charts, and many other different types of interactive visualizations. 469 more words

If data is a supermarket, Tableau is a self-checkout machine

I’ve been helping to introduce Tableau to people who are used to getting their data by putting their query through IT and then plotting it in Excel when they get the extract hours or days later.  442 more words


Domo Climbs Enterprise Ladder in Cloud Business Intelligence

Domo has graduated from analytics startup to enterprise contender, breaking ground in cloud-scale deployments. Here’s a look inside the fast-growing company.

Domo is enterprise ready. That’s the key takeaway Domo wanted to project at Domopalooza, held March 22-23 in Salt Lake City. 1,373 more words

Data To Decisions

An afternoon visualising SXSW on Twitter

By Gerald Rich at Flickr – Miike Snow, CC BY 2.0, Link

The annual festival of music and tech has come to a close for 2017, and as usual, Twitter seemed to be the social network of choice. 174 more words


Makeover Monday - Success

This week’s Makeover Monday challenge was a very pretty infographic drawing a very bad conclusion. The original is really, really not okay and I’m not posting it here.  118 more words


Makeover Monday - week 13, 2017: The Secret of Success

Success – who doesn’t want a piece of it? Andy chose the topic this week with an appalling visualisation, which makes it a perfect Makeover Monday candidate. 311 more words