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Data visualization of tennis funding vs success by region

28 Jan, 2015

With over 50 countries – all hailing from differing levels of economic development – flocking Down Under to the Australian Open, we used the microscope that is and Business Intelligence and Data Visualization to thoroughly investigate impacts of sports expenditure in the world of tennis.  
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Posted By: Eshan Wickrema

Data visualization predicts the Australian Open champion?

27 Jan, 2015

It’s no 1980s DeLorean, but we can utilize the power of data visualization and Business Intelligence to help us separate the Big Four, and maybe even pick a winner at this year’s Australian Open.  
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Posted By: Lachlan James

Analyzing the Twittersphere with data visualization

22 Jan, 2015

We analyzed our movements in the Twittersphere throughout the past year, revealing the top 100 names on Twitter in 2014. Why? To see just who you’ve been following, worshiping… maybe even stalking…  
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Posted By: Eshan Wickrema

Finding the best serve in tennis with data visualization

21 Jan, 2015

On face value, one would assume that serving prowess would be an important factor contributing to player success at the 2015 Australian Open. So just how much does a good serve contribute to tennis success?  
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Posted By: Eshan Wickrema

Data-driven Storytelling Best Practices Webinar: Recording and slides

19 Jan, 2015

Miss our Data-driven Storytelling Best Practices Webinar series? Well, don’t sweat it! We thoughtfully recorded the Webinar for your on-demand viewing pleasure.  
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Posted By: Lachlan James

A visual analysis of gender pay inequality at Wimbledon

16 Jan, 2015

Historically, women have earned less than their male counterparts throughout society. The issue of pay inequality between males and females has sparked heated discussion within the tennis community.   
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Posted By: Eshan Wickrema

Wikipedia Day: Analyzing your search with data visualization

15 Jan, 2015

Today’s special. Want to know why? It’s Wikipedia Day – that’s why!  
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Posted By: Lachlan James

What Interested People Online in 2014

13 Jan, 2015

We looked at the most visited Youtube, Twitter and Wikipedia sites to see what interested people in 2014.   
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Posted By: Eshan Wickrema

Growing customer base through partners

11 Jan, 2015

A new partner that we are excited by this month  
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Posted By: Amy Steigmeyer

Data-Driven Storytelling Best Practices

6 Jan, 2015

Learn how turning insights into stories can help drive decision-making in your organization  
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Posted By: Yellowfin News
 
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