You know what's amazing? How incredibly complex our genetic makeup is.
Out of all the data analysis software on the market, HR analytics probably comes under the most scrutiny.
All the buzz and hubbub surrounding data analysis software has caused many business professionals to grow apprehensive of investing in the technology.
The technology that truly unites smart devices to create the Internet of Things (IoT) is data visualization.
Between global warming and underdeveloped infrastructures, public and private utilities are turning to data visualization to help them better manage a precious resource.
Imagine a person from Freetown, Sierra Leone calls an Ebola crisis facility on October 8, 2014.
No matter what, the amount of money a person pays to obtain insurance, whether for home, auto or life, depends on risk - all of which is deduced by scrutinizing data.
A lot of people talk about the wonders of in-memory processing, but in fact have no idea what it actually is.
In Part Two, we'll continue the discussion by detailing the type of information the Internet of Things produces, as well as how data visualization will help enterprises make sense of this data.
Yes, data scientists were around in the 1800s, but it took them much longer to create data visualizations than it does today.