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
With Dundas BI 5, we’ve taken our existing Map Visualization and set its functionalities ablaze by incorporating Heat Maps.
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
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
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.
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.
Everybody has their own baggage when they start using new software – specifically for BI and analytics software. Here are 5 things I wish I'd known when I started using Dundas BI.
With Dundas BI, you're able to calculate the distance between two locations using a built-in formula.
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!
For analytics projects to transform the way people manage their decisions, speed is often a necessity. This blog focuses on Dundas BI's in-memory engine and the role it plays in optimizing performance
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.
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.
With Dundas BI 4, data consumers, business analysts, and BI professionals get greater control of their data and the freedom to work without depending on others.
Discover 25 unique and smart data visualizations you can easily create in our modern BI and analytics platform, Dundas BI.
The Pareto Chart is a data visualization that contains both bars and a line graph. It's a derivative of the Pareto principle, which states that roughly 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes
We wanted to create a BI tool that was flexible enough to give you ultimate control over your BI experience. This meant providing a personalized experience that allowed you to meet your most common and advanced use cases without having to rely on other tools for the job.
The CData ODBC Drivers provide access to live data from more than 70 data sources from within Dundas BI without having to write any code.
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The Waterfall Chart, popularized by consulting firm, McKinsey & Company, is a sterling way to delineate how a measure changes over a particular sequence, and how these changes impact the total....
Sunburst Charts - how useful are they?