In this Harvard Business Review webinar, data visualization expert Scott Berinato discusses where companies are today in using visuals and how to approach data visualization differently.
You’ve never seen data presented like this. With the drama and urgency of a sportscaster, statistics guru Hans Rosling debunks myths about the so-called “developing world.” Watch Video”
Here are few sets of interesting articles, videos, and our top jobs in Data Science & Analytics that stood out this week. Read More
Feeling Sick today? Heard something was “going around”?
We’ll these 2 companies are making it easy for all of us to instantly see on a local map what’s “going around” use from an illness perspective (viruses, allergies, etc.). This can help us avoid or diagnose the illness quicker and get on with our daily lives. Read More
Watch Webcast (on-demand) | In an increasingly data-oriented business world, the correct use of data visualization techniques is becoming essential to business success, according to consultant William McKnight.
“Your data has a story to tell,” McKnight stated in which he provided tips on creating effective data visualizations that inform business users without confusing them. Watch Video
TIBCO Spotfire put together a cool Infographic on Thanksgiving analytics.
Tomorrow, nearly 91% of Americans will don their stretchy pants for a turkey dinner. In honor of the day of the year when we’re most thankful, we’re bringing you a little food for thought on the data analytics of Thanksgiving. Take a look
I went looking for an interesting Data Visualization on the NYC Marathon being run this weekend by over 40,000 people (myself included!).
I found this very cool (award winning) video animation of demographic changes along the 26.2 Mile route by Graham Roberts. Check it out
Fun Friday material. So Josh Steven’s did a cool data visualization of all 3,300 Big Foot sightings in the US and Canada over a 92 year period. Take a look at the resulting map. Read More…
Gilad Lotan, former Data Scientist with SocialFlow, created a interesting data visualization analyzing the social network on twitter only taking users who have one of the following phrases in their Twitter bios: Data Science, Data Scientist, Machine Learning, Data Strateg*.
The result was an interactive tool built at Zoom.it. So zoom in and see if you find yourself! The larger the bubble the more “influence”. The Colors represent regions (West Coast is Blue, East Coast is Purple, etc) Read More…