In order to solve real business problems, you need a business intelligence software that provides exceptional data exploration capabilities.
By leveraging state indicators, dashboard designers can contextualize analysis, change user’s behaviors, communicate critical information quickly, and enhance the user experience.
Augmented analytics will allow users to see connections they didn’t think to look for. Unlike humans, algorithms don’t have biases or preconceived notions. They connect all the dots. And that will open the door to unexpected insights—helping businesses gain a unique competitive advantage.
I’m going to give you a crash course in data aggregation and will use Dundas BI – our fully programmable, end-to-end business intelligence platform – to explain it and share a few examples.
Businesses can make better decisions amid uncertainty and fear - and rapidly adapt and adjust to changes in real-time - by using facts and data as the driving force behind decision-making.
Analyzing and making sense of large volumes of raw data is dizzying. By using Heat Map Charts, you can leverage color variety and intensity to visualize and examine complex, multi-variate data easily!
Drill-Up, Drill-Down, Drill-Through, Drill-In, Drill-to-Detail, Drill-Across... Why are these terms important to business intelligence and analytics and how would you go about using each?
Using Dundas BI's Natural Language Assistant, tap into your data by simply conversing with it. Ask questions of your data using simple, human commands and get answers and suggestions immediately.
Dundas BI is able to interact with social networking platforms like Facebook. Let's use Python to fetch data from your corporate Facebook page and then create a sleek dashboard using it.
We highlight 3 brand new features in Dundas BI version 7 - such as table relationships and slicer comparisons - that focus on providing even more flexibility to what's already the most flexible business intelligence software
Use animations to make interactive data exploration and analysis as intuitive and effective as possible, and allow your eyes to keep track of everything when the data in your chart needs to change.
Use map and diagram animations to faster detect changes across geo-locations. With these powerful animations, users are immediately able to cognitively identify changes in their geographical data.
What can you use dashboard views for in Dundas BI? Hang on - the answer is surprisingly controversial, but also demonstrates Dundas BI’s capabilities and flexibility.
Dundas BI offers a structure called a Data Cube. The Data Cube allows you to prepare data, transform that data, store it, and add performance as necessary.
Interested in comparing multiple quantitative variables? Then let's take a comprehensive look into one of Dundas BI's newest data visualizations, the Radar Chart.
What's important to take from this, is that formulas are a great way to contextualize data. They provide us with a way to quickly augment what we've got on top of our closed systems.
Redefine what data-driven means. With data-driven notification in Dundas BI, you'll never miss important changes in your data, ever again.
Heat Maps are graphical representations of data that utilize color-coded systems. What many people don’t realize, however, is that Heat Maps can be applied to a handful of data visualizations.
Use animated charts to tell stories with your data and make your audience understand how and why they got there and inspire action and/or behavioral changes.
The ability to group data on-the-fly is incredibly powerful. It's helpful when correcting data errors or grouping similar datum to form single data points or for answering hypothetical questions