Category Archive: data visualization

Tableau: The intelligent tool of business

Tableau: The intelligent tool of business.
 

Tableau plays a very crucial role in data intelligence, data representations, data visualizations, and data modelling. The time has gone when folks used to draw graph, charts, on excel and variant types of resources or tool. Because provide us live data source accessibility with number of data sources like – spark, Google Products, Social network, programming language (R,Python,JAVA) whereas tableau uses VIZQL in background to speed up the performance. So now the time is to move towards Business Intelligence.As of now, you don’t need to worry about either data or data sources.

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What to Do and What Not to Do With Data Visualization

Data Visualization can be your bow and arrow provided you know the exact way to use it.

 
What to Do and What Not to Do With Data Visualization
 

In modern day scenario, data visualization has become the crux of efforts – raw data in various forms and statistics tends to be incredibly powerful, but only if you decide to work with them as a whole. After all, it’s not just the numbers but the story behind those numerical figures that reveals something. So, you require data visualization to brush up these notions and turn them into something more compelling to target audience. Data Visualization makes your messages more attractive, lively and enhances the impact, along with keeping your audience hooked.

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Tracing Success in the New Age of Data Science

Each year, pronouncements are made. And each year, a particular job field rides high above the tides of fortune.
For 2017, Data Scientist jobs seem to be #1 Best Job in India. Several magazines and research associates have put Data Scientist jobs at #1 position. No wonder, data science jobs are the hottest jobs in today’s market, hopefully in future too.
So, how do you become a good data scientist? Affordable Data Science Training Course in Gurgaon is now available in India that too quite easily. DexLab Analytics is one such institute that offers state-of-the-art data science training facilities for young aspiring candidates.

Get hold of SAS skills

If you are aware of the top data science skills, you must have known that statistical analysis and data mining calls for SAS specialization. SAS plays an important role in all these disciplines. It has been the pioneer and the most reliable software suit, and for a long time enjoying the monopoly position.

However, since the advent of R and Python, the powerful open source competitors, it is true that the growth curve of SAS has been little but hampered. Nevertheless SAS skills still boast of astounding demand all over the world.

SAS training courses help you understand the nuances of data science. Nowadays, these training’s are not too difficult to find, myriad institutes offer online and classroom training for its students on a regular basis. It is no more too difficult to get a grip on the fundamentals of this subject matter.

The number speaks of positivity

It would be like mine 11th commandment – there is a shortage of data science jobs. It is being predicted that there could be a shortage of 200,000 data scientists by 2020, and this is for real. Indian market is an emerging economy, though data science may not be so famous here as it is in the US, yet I am proud to say that the importance of this field is on the rise.

The survey says – the global demand for data scientists grew by more than 50% in between 2014 and 2015, while the searches have increased by 73%.

The skills you require to possess

By analyzing a whole lot of LinkedIn job postings, we have come to a conclusion that there are 5 high-in demand skills that you need to master in order to ace in data analytics – SQL, Hadoop, Python, Java, and R. Apart from these five, you also need to be quite proficient in Data Visualization and statistics, and try to bring out your creative side to the front.

How much difficult is it to choose a data analytics course?

Make sure, you know what you want, very clearly. Prepare yourself well, before getting into any course. Experience matters, but before that you need encompassing training on the subject matter that can only be offered by a pioneering institute of data science. However, before investing money and your time, check properly if the curriculum satisfies your needs. The material needs to be crisp, to the point and in line with the current industry standards.

DexLab Analytics is a top-of-the-line data science training institute in Gurgaon, offering high-in demand courses on analytics. For any assistance, reach us.

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We are Proud to Host Corporate Training for WHO Reps!

We are happy to announce our month-long corporate training session for the representatives of WHO, who will be joining us to discuss data analytics all the way from Bhutan. The team of delegates who have come to seek training from our expert in-house trainers are for the Central of Disease Control, Ministry of Health Royal Government of Bhutan.

 
We are Proud to Host Corporate Training for WHO Reps!
 

The training is on the concepts of R Programming, Data Science using R and Statistical Modelling using R, and will go on from the 8th of February 2017 to the 8th of March 2017. We are hosting this training session at our headquarters in Gurgaon, Delhi NCR. It is a matter of great pride and honour for the team of seasoned industry expert trainers at DexLab Analytics to be hosting the representatives from WHO.

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Sherlock Holmes Has Been Doing Data Visualization Before Big Data

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.

Sherlock Holmes Has Been Doing Data Visualization Before Big Data

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.

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Now Easily Uncover Patterns in Your Data With Tableau 10’s Clustering Feature

Let us assume you have got sales data in your hands, wouldn’t it be absolutely grand to be able to recognize certain customer groups to be able to develop targeted marketing programs? It could also be that you are in healthcare and you’d love to identify patients who have had similar symptoms to determine the effectiveness of treatments.

Now Easily Uncover Patterns in Your Data With Tableau 10’s Clustering Feature

With complex data these questions can be very difficult to answer, even when people have distinct and well-separated groups. Additionally, sometimes data is distributed in such a way that it contains no obvious gaps which can help us distinguish between groups with simple inspection.

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