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Ayasdi, the provider of Machine Intelligence Software that automates and accelerates insight discovery announced a fresh funding amounting to $55M in a Series C round along with a bookings growth percentage of over 400% for fiscal year ended Jan 30th, 2015. “Our mission is to make complex data useful for

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Qlik, the business intelligence & visualization solutions provider has been selected by the frozen ready-meals manufacturer and retailer COOK, to help glean customer buying trends, inventory, and margins through this festive season. Jeff Turner, head of IT for COOK explained, “As all of the products we sell are prepared by

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Publishing platform Medium has open-sourced their proprietary data visualisation tool, Charted, on Monday. Now available for public use, data stored on Dropbox or Google Drive can be linked to charted.co and it returns a visualization of that data made shareable through a permalink. Built a year ago by the Product Science

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Zoomdata, a Big data Visualisation startup, has landed $17 million recent funding for its proprietary platform capable of analyzing billions of records in seconds, bridging old and new data management platforms. Zoomdata’s mission is to make the processing and visualising of big data an accessible field to all; their technology

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In a major impetus to its Global outreach and Intuitive Analytics Platform development strategy, data blending outfit Alteryx has procured $60 million in a Series B round. The round was led by Insight Venture Partners and saw participation from existing investors, SAP Ventures and Toba Capital. With over 200 percent

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Yesterday, we reported on how bad the wildfire situation in California has become. But even when they’re not fighting fires, California is battling with a truly profound water shortage. Reservoirs are dramatically depleted, and rainfall is few and far between. According the the US Drought Monitor, more than 80% of

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Usually, Dataconomy’s primary focus is so-called “big data”. Whilst this dataset is small, the human impact is about as big as it gets. The Washington Post have a regularly-updated visualisation of fatalities in the Gaza conflict. At the time of writing, of the 762 deaths confirmed, a horrific 180 were

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Last year, the Washington Post released a detailed look into the data leaked by Edward Snowden concerning US intelligence funding. Martin Grandjean used this data to create one simple, overarching graphic, detailing the spending of various intelligence agencies within the US. For the visualisation, Grandjean used Gephi software, and worked

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Accessibility has been the flavour of the week, with several big names making announcements which will shake up the analytics market and put greater focus on making tools easier to use. The main announcement was Facebook’s decision to open source Haxl. Written in Haskell, Haxl is an internally-developed library which

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Big data analytics has a topped a survey on which disruptive technologies will have the biggest influence in three years time. The ‘Internet of Things’ and ‘Dynamic Visualisation’ came in second and third respectively. The survey, carried out Nimbus Ninety in support of their May IGNITE summit, surveyed 200 senior

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