Posts Tagged ‘visualization’

Custom Data Connector Integrates Power BI and MicroStrategy

Custom Data Connector for Power BI Using MicroStrategy

The MicroStrategy platform allows custom data connectors to access data from nearly any source, which includes Microsoft Power BI. In order to bring the best of both worlds together, Perficient’s MicroStrategy experts have developed a custom data connector to help Power BI users do just that. This custom connector integrates the two products and provides […]

Product Information and Visualization is Key for Furniture Retailers

In my last blog, I talked about the importance of capitalizing on your home furnishings customers’ micro-moments – those “I-want-to-know,” “I-want-to-go,” “I-want-to-do,” and “I-want-to-buy” moments that drive us to our smartphones. I also pointed out that, while many customers start interacting with your brand online, they expect to have a smooth, consistent experience at each interaction they […]

Network Logs Visualization using ELK stack and Python

 “A pixel is worth 1024 bits” In recent years, Organizations are pivoting towards the hottest keyword “BigData” to handle a wide variety of enterprise and social media data. Massive volume, complex and unstructured datasets are beginning to reshape many of the industries and hence the big data initiatives and implementations are priorities for many. Macy’s […]

4 Ways You Can Improve The Clinical Data Review Process

In my previous blog post entitled Using On-demand Data With Dynamic Data Writeback In Spotfire, I discussed using Spotfire as an aid for Clinical Review of data along with supporting writeback capabilities to record the user review actions.  As a follow-on discussion, I wanted to expand those capabilities to include Clinical Data Cleaning Review in […]

Perficient’s Big Release in Big Data

An important capability of a services provider such as Perficient is to bring best practices and lessons learned to our customers and our projects. We at Perficient have been very proud of our Big Data capabilities and the transformational journey that we have helped our clients achieve. To better help our clients quickly achieve that […]

Alteryx Use Cases & Success Stories

Expanding our breadth of Big Data and analytics solutions, Perficient launched a new partnership with Alteryx earlier this year. We’re excited about the opportunities this brings to our customers, given the leadership and innovation Alteryx has shown in visualization, predictive analytics, machine learning, applied statistical analysis and model building. Let’s take a look at some […]

Hybrid Analytics in Healthcare with O365 & Power BI Webinar Recap

Last week, we had our Microsoft last business intelligence focused webinar of the year, “Hybrid Analytics in Healthcare: Leveraging Power BI and Office 365 to Make Smarter Business Decisions.”  Heidi Rozmiarek, Assistant Director of IT Development for UnityPoint Health, spoke, along with our Microsoft BI team, on implementing an analytics platform in a hybrid environment.  […]

Data Science = Synergistic Teamwork

Data Science = Synergistic Teamwork

Data science is a discipline conflating elements from various fields such as mathematics, machine learning, statistics, computer programming, data warehousing, pattern recognition, uncertainty modeling, computer science, high performance computing, visualization and others. According to Cathy O’Neil and Rachel Schutt, two luminaries in the field of Data Science, there are about seven disciplines that even data scientists in training […]

Make the Best of Current BI First

A recent article on Computerworld.com, “15 tips on how to get more from Business Intelligence data,” brings up a great perspective when looking at Business Intelligence initiatives. While the popular topics of  big data and self-service BI may resemble the shiny new mountain bike in the window, what sort of polishing can you do to […]

Visualize Requirements in Microsoft SharePoint 2010

Recently I’ve been working on many  Microsoft SharePoint 2010 projects.  One thing that always comes up is determining whether it’s custom work or “out-of-the-box”.  This is often a difficult question to answer, since nothing is really out-of-the-box, but rather configured.  Custom work is much easier to discuss and identify.  Two recent projects I’ve had the privilege to […]

Using a Modeling tool to capture UI Design Specs

Karen Bachman has a post out on our sister blog entitled, “UI Design Communication: General Approach and Tips for Axure”  It’s for anyone who has a dread of creating and/or reading design specs for front end systems (e.g . web sites or portals).  I love the idea of using a visualization tool to capture all […]

12 Things to Get Your Portal in Production Quicklty: Part 4 – Visualization Tools

Many of you have experienced the wonder of the written word.  You ask a question, the client says something which no one understands, you write it down and everyone agrees to it.  Several months later, you deliver something and it was not what they wanted.  Agile methodologies like SCRUM can get you part way there […]

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