With big data visualization techniques, you can turn every large, complex data set into easy-to-understand graphs, infographics, charts, videos, and timelines. Organizations can then use this data to understand their processes better and improve their performance. Visual analytics enables you to communicate the insights derived from these data trends to help stakeholders … [Read more...] about 5 Actionable Ways To Improve Your Big Data Visualization
IoT is one of the coolest trends that has been positively affecting every industry sector. Be it retail, industrial, or manufacturing, IoT is revolutionizing each one of them slowly and steadily. While many industry leaders have deployed IoT devices in their facilities, they haven't let the technology outdo itself. One common challenge that almost every business faces with IoT … [Read more...] about IoT Data Analysis and Visualization Techniques!
Everyone is familiar with the age-old adage that if you must explain a joke after you tell it, then the joke will be a flop. The same principle is true when you put data in front of a live audience, whether with a table, a graph, or a chart. This blog will clarify what seems at-first an unlikely comedic connection. The Link Between Comedy And Analytics No matter how funny a … [Read more...] about Charts And Graphs Are Like Jokes
What is J On The Beach? J On The Beach is an international rendezvous for developers and DevOps around big data technologies. It is a pure technical conference with'a separate business track, workshops, a hackathon and technical talks where top speakers will share the latest trends in technologies related to Big Data. From data collection and stream processing to … [Read more...] about J On The Beach 2020 – Malaga, Spain
Continuing our theme of tools for analytics teams, what tools should analysts have in their toolbox? It's a broad question and one with diverging views. So, I am delighted to welcome back a guest blogger who doesn't shy away from controversy. Martin Squires is a very experienced Analytics leader, whom I've previously interviewed in … [Read more...] about What Tools Should a Good Analyst have in Their Toolbox? (part 1 = technical)