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Text Adventure – Using Control Flow In Python

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

 
Text Adventure- Using Control Flow In Python
 

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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5 Ways to Enhance Value of Your Dashboards Using Maps

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.  

 
5 Ways to Enhance Value of Your Dashboards Using Maps
 

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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Wanna Talk to a Database? Tableau Acquires ClearGraph

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For 14 years, Tableau has solely focused on helping people understand their data better. To take this mission a notch higher, this August, Tableau announced they have acquired ClearGraph, a robust Palo Alto startup that facilitates smart data discovery and data analysis through Natural Language Processing (NLP). They have decided to work with ClearGraph team to incorporate its cutting edge technology into their own products to make data interaction easier via natural language, query technology.

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The Alliance between MongoDB and Tableau Makes Visual Analysis Easier

The Alliance between MongoDB and Tableau Makes Visual Analysis Easier
 

After a volley of speculations, in 2015 the BIG revelation was made – MongoDB, the database for mammoth ideas has partnered with Tableau, the master in visual analytics to make visual analysis of rich JSON-like data structures easier directly in MongoDB. This is a fascinating telltale about a leader in modern databases for robust application development teaming with a leader in rapid-fire visual analytics to serve users’ better.

 

 

Recently, the two global tech players are again in the news – Tableau certified MongoDB’s connector for BI as a “named” connector, which means users for the first time can visually analyze rich JSON-like data structures incorporated with modern applications directly in MongoDB Enterprise Advanced. “Data is a modern software team’s greatest asset, so it needs to be easy for them to both store and visualize it in performant, flexible and scalable ways,” said Eliot Horowitz, CTO, MongoDB. He further added, “With Tableau’s certification of the MongoDB Connector for BI, executives, business analysts and data scientists can benefit from both the engineering and operational advantages of MongoDB, and the insights that Tableau’s powerful and intuitive BI platform make possible.”

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Maps in Tableau: Key to Answer Data Questions

For creating brilliant data visualization, first you need to know which visual chart type would be ideal for the data story you want to tell. In this post, we will explore maps in Tableau, when and where they seem to be appropriate for particular data visualization, and how to make them more productive. If you want to use a map, make sure you know the reason why.

 
Maps in Tableau: Key to Answer Data Questions
 

Maps help you attain, authenticate, or communicate spatial patterns with data. With these maps, you should start your presentation with a spatial question. This spatial question ensures that your map will perfectly find you an answer in the best way possible.

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Let’s Make Visualizations Better In Python with Matplotlib

Learn the basics of effective graphic designing and create pretty-looking plots, using matplotlib. In fact, not only matplotlib, I will try to give meaningful insights about R/ggplot2, Matlab, Excel, and any other graphing tool you use, that will help you grasp the concepts of graphic designing better.

 
Let’s Make Visualizations Better In Python with Matplotlib

Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication

To begin with, make sure you remember– less is more, when it is about plotting. Neophyte graphic designers sometimes think that by adding a visually appealing semi-related picture on the background of data visualization, they will make the presentation look better but eventually they are wrong. If not this, then they may also fall prey to less-influential graphic designing flaws, like using a little more of chartjunk.

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Making Data Visualizations Smarter, Tableau Explains How

Making Data Visualizations Smarter, Tableau explains How

Appalling, bewildering and utterly nonsensical – data at times can look incomprehensible, especially in its raw forms. This accelerated the foundation of the data visualization company and our very own ‘business dashboard’ tool. Generally found locked within the so-called BI sphere, we can now consider these top notch graphical tools as a powerful medium of assimilating, categorizing, analyzing and then presenting data in a highly interactive and interesting form, using images and charts.

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What Makes Tableau 10 So Desirable Among the IT Nerds

Your data just got better, say thanks to Tableau 10. The big data geeks have worked on both the beauty and brains of Tableau, to make the analyses easier, faster and exceptionally delightful. Tableau 10 features an exciting new look and feel, loaded with cute fonts and beautiful colours to make your viz sparkle.

 
What Makes Tableau 10 So Desirable Among the IT Nerds
 

We are thrilled. We have been waiting for days to gauge how some of the Tableau 10 new features will synchronise with our conventional business interface for Hadoop. We have culled out some of the best features of Tableau 10, which had made us zealous and left us buzzing. And here they are ..

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Demystifying Tableau Jargons: Interact With Data like Never Before

Demystifying Tableau Jargons: Interact With Data like Never Before
 

Businesses are flourishing. Managerial data are in abundance. The need for efficient BI softwares is at the pinnacle. Structured BI softwares are nimble and up to the minute. Tableau is one such BI tool, which is not only simple and comprehensible, but also extremely purposeful, enough to fulfil high-end professional commitments. It works just the way you want it to, instruct it in a particular way and wait for the results, without compromising the security of various confidential data.  

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Power BI or Tableau? Which is Better and Why?

In the present data frenzy setting, data visualization is the new Talk of the Town. Various companies are developing and launching their own data visualization tools in the market. For quite some time now, Tableau has been the pioneering data visualization platform and till date the best to consider. Tableau’s data visualization tool is unbeatable to any other emerging product in the digital community. 

 

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Apparently, Tableau has a remarkable competitor, recently. It is the Power BI, a decisive and dynamic BI tool, brought into by Microsoft. It is catching the trend with Tableau fast and appears to be on its way to become the number one BI tool in the digital market.

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