Visualization supplies a means by which you can gain insight into your data. For some, visualization can be a report that appears in their email inbox or on a webpage. For others, it could be a grid of numbers with a chart in Excel. The key is to supply the correct, most efficient approach to users.
It’s far easier to spot trends, patterns, anomalies, etc., when you can examine the data, in its entirety in a single view. If the data set is so large that you find yourself scrolling up and down and side to side, your analysis will suffer. To meet the challenge posed by larger data sets, software vendors have created new ways to query data that promote better visualization.
In this session, we’ll compare various analytic methods, ranging from the classic structured (rigid) to visualization (highly flexible and interactive).