Posts Tagged ‘analytics’
Graphic Recording from TedMed 2013 by Dean Meyers: The Accumulation of the World's Health Data

The Possibilities of Data to be Explored on Data Innovation Day

by Dean Meyerson January 11, 2014
Join the Center for Data Innovation in celebrating Data Innovation Day on January 23, 2014 at a conference to be held in Washington, DC. With speakers from both public and private industry, the day-long event will be anchored by three panel discussions that focus on data from a decidedly social point of view: The Data Economy, Health […]
Roambi Flow

Create interactive magazine-style BI reports with Roambi’s new Flow

by Dean Meyerson December 22, 2013
Roambi, creator of Roambi Analytics, has released a new, cloud-based product designed to put visualizations of business information in the hands of mobile and tablet users: Roambi Flow. More than a collection of interactive data displays, Flow begins with a series of magazine or report style templates which allow the user to create documents that […]

Information on Demand symposium from IBM

IBM’s new data discovery and visualization cloud offerings with predictive analytics

by Dean Meyerson November 4, 2013
At the IBM Information On Demand & Business Analytics Forum (#IBMIOD), IBM today announced three new data discovery and visualization software capabilities. These new solutions will help line of business employees engage, experience and gain actionable insights from data and help them drive insights from data in a matter of minutes.  IBM is introducing new data discovery software that enables business […]

Tecplot, Inc. Releases Its Latest Innovation in Simulation Analytics

by Randall Handon October 27, 2011
A new tool from Tecplot today called “Chorus” jumps into the “simulation analytics” space, combining visualization with data maangement, statistics, and data mining techniques to make finding the gems of insight hidden in your massive CFD datasets easier than ever. “Tecplot Chorus is the new generation of post-processing tools for engineers. The new paradigm of […]


Visualizing the Super Bowl with Twitter’s Super Data

by Randall Handon February 10, 2010
Kevin Weil of Twitter’s Analytics team took a deep look at the massive firehose of data that was Twitter during Super Bowl 44 and visualized the data about the game and about the advertising as a percentage of Twitter volume as a whole. We categorized each incoming tweet as about the Super Bowl itself, about […]

Purdue’s new VACCINE Center for DHS

by Randall Handon November 5, 2009
Purdue University is kicking off a new center dubbed “Visual Analytics for Command, Control and Interoperability Environments” (VACCINE), funded by the US Department of Homeland Security, to create tools and software for use by government agencies and emergency personnel. “We are creating ways for people to get information interactively in an understandable format to help […]