Every customer demand needs to be fulfilled, and CEO’s expect marketing analysts to deliver them. Being a key marketing initiative, optimizing every customer experience is a significant deal to seal for marketers all around the globe.
Data, of course, plays a crucial role in marketing endeavors – but only the data that is interpretable makes sense, rendering other data useless. To turn data into actionable, organizations need to understand the accuracy of data and in the process should be successful in turning insights into action.
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No two dashboards are similar. They cater to different audiences, serves distinct purposes, and address individual problems as unique as you.
In this blog post, we will talk about the 5 best practices to apply right now to create attractive dashboards, and engage users effectively.
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Python wascreated by Guido van Rossum and first released in 1991.Python, as a programming platform, has gained a huge popularity within a short span of time because of its flexibility and the user-friendly interface. The software can be deployed easily for developing statistical models and machine learning algorithms
In fact, due to the advent of AI and ML, Python has a language has had a certain kind of rebirth as far as industrial use is concerned. Today, however, the focus is going to be on a particular section of the language, namely the control flow to create a basic system in Python.
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Today, an effective dashboard is mostly insight-driven. And since a good lot of analysis projects stand upon spatial data, playing with maps is an indispensable skill you need to have in your visualization toolbox.
Here, we will like to share a few handy tips to improve the analytic and aesthetic value of maps in your dashboard:
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In this New Age, businesses pay maximum attention in collecting customer and transactional data. Businesses with draconian financial reporting and persistent audit requirements look up to ETL, as it offer an organized and integrated solution instead of relying on other apparent solutions like Hadoop.
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Investigative minded people will definitely relate to this story from almost every child’s formative years. The day they get their hands on a magnifying glass, kids would feign being the most famous detective of all times – Sherlock Holmes with a cap they would focus the magnifying glass on an object and try and derive meaning by studying the details closely. This would be their first lesson in data visualization. Later as we learnt about Mr. Holmes through books of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle many of us may have imagined pursuing a career as a full-fledged detective. In his book A Study in Scarlet is the most vivid description of the inclination Mr. Holmes has for the sciences.
Now that we come to think of it a detective has probably evolved in this technologically driven planet into a modern-day data analyst or an experimental scientist. The job of a data analyst or scientist revolves around gathering a bunch of disorganized data, and then we use this to build a case through deduction and logic and then you reach a conclusion after analysis. Continue reading “Sherlock Holmes Has Been Doing Data Visualization Before Big Data”