Data Exploration

Innovation Never Rests: Radar Chart

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.

Introduction to Formulas in Dundas BI

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.

Data Changes Fast - React Faster with Notifications

Redefine what data-driven means. With data-driven notification in Dundas BI, you'll never miss important changes in your data, ever again.

When (and Why) to use Heat Maps

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.

Enhance Your Data Storytelling with Animated Charts

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.

Group and Analyze Data On-the-Fly to Save Time

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

With Dundas BI 5, Data Relationships Don’t Have to be Complicated

With Dundas BI 5, we’ve added two new visualizations to the relationship category. Dundas BI now has four, which include the Tree Diagram, Chord Diagram, Relationship Diagram, and Sankey Diagram.

Dundas BI 5 - From Predictable to Predictive Analytics

Dundas BI 5 is here! This release ensures you're able to take advantage of Forecasting, Clustering, Python, and other exciting features. With Dundas BI 5 analytics are made even easier

Visualizing Text Analysis Results with Word Clouds

Word Clouds (or Tag Clouds) are excellent options to help visually interpret text and are useful in quickly gaining insight into the most prominent items in a given text

Identify Rank Changes in your Data Using a Slope Graph

A Slope Graph is a line chart variation that is typically used to emphasize change in time for different categories in your data and how each stacks up against the other. Let's build one in Dundas BI

Navigating Analytics with Voice

Voice has the potential to completely revolutionize how BI systems are designed, built and used. This blog examines how you can put actionable insights directly into your hands (or voice)

Using Cohort Analysis to Determine Customer Lifetime Spending

Cohort Analysis enables you to easily compare how different groups or cohorts of people behave over time, allowing you to draw insight regarding trends and business processes.

Parallel Coordinates - Multivariate Analysis of US Universities

The Parallel Coordinates Chart is a uniquely valuable visualization in the sense that it allows you to examine large quantities of data at-a-glance, while simultaneously analyzing individual measures.

Exploring Hidden Relationships Within Netflix's Original Content

Netflix has a lot of original content, meaning it also has a lot of data. Using Dundas BI, let's tap into that data, visualize it using a relationship diagram, and uncover hidden relationships!

Tackling Your Business Intelligence User Navigation

Adoption is vital to the success of a business intelligence project, and a superior navigation experience can act as a catalyst for retaining a higher volume of standard users.

Streamline Workflows with Automatic Data Prep

Automatic data prep reduces the steps required to progress from data to desired visual. It allows users to be proactive, and focus on the data they need, and from there, easily enrich and share it.

Graphing Out Loud vol. 1

Data visualizations and the 2014 Winter Olympics.

Walk A Mile In A Designer's Shoes

You know when people ask you what you would be doing with your life if you didn’t become a doctor or a lawyer or a software developer or a graphic designer and your eyes light up and you start sweating a little and you can belt out the answer with unwavering certainty? My answer is pursuing an academic career in women’s health, or women’s studies, or sexual diversity and gender studies. I currently work as a graphic designer at Dundas, and my background is in biomedical illustration; I enjoy turning messy, complicated concepts into clear visual explanations.

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