Visual representations are a fundamental component of human learning and understanding. To study the impact of data visualization, we must first look to the past and see how our ways of shaping and representing data have changed over time. This paper traces the history of visual representation, from cave drawings to the computer revolution.
Growing data volumes, diverging data sources, amplified information complexity, and increasingly varied users have made it difficult to take advantage of data as a true corporate asset. In this transcript featuring industry thought leader David Loshin, learn how to turn data complexity into an information advantage.
Visualizing data is not as easy as it looks – and doing it poorly can have big business consequences. Download this 19-page handbook for advice on 7 tips on avoiding bad data in your visualizations.
Access the following webcast to see visual analytics firsthand. Discover how easily patterns can be discovered and how this technology can give you and your organization the sharpest competitive edge possible.
Banks are bringing together big data projects, transactional processing, data warehousing and analytic tooling. Find out how IBM DB2 for z/OS and DB2 Analytics Accelerator in an IBM zEnterprise environment can help.
View the following webcast to get a firsthand look at an all-inclusive BI platform that offers you and your organization access and visualization of business-critical insights from you data—on top of which that can build reports easily and efficiently.
The following white paper explores the importance of data visualization in deciphering growing big data volumes. Learn why spreadsheets and other conventional data display methods cause so many problems, how visualization offers a solution, technology recommendations, and more.