Do we all know how important it is to have the right Dashboard Tools?
Dashboard tools are playing an increasingly important role for companies for a reason: Without the right dashboard platform, the growing mountains of data can hardly be analyzed and presented in an understandable way. Business Intelligence (BI) without the appropriate software solution is not possible. However, finding the right software for the company is anything but easy. This article explains what you should consider when looking for a suitable dashboard tool. Continue reading “DASHBOARD TOOLS CHECKLIST: HOW TO FIND THE RIGHT DASHBOARD?”→
Solving problems and developing innovations for Big Data
Data is the new oil. But while the use of oil was relatively clearly defined, there are much more possibilities in data. It’s an endless story.
Almost all companies are facing the challenge of having tons of data from very heterogeneous sources. But often, they lack a clear vision of what the data could be used for. What are new business models that can be fueled with the data? Which data products can be defined and sold by the company? The solution is big data Design Thinking. Continue reading “Big Data Design Thinking”→
The best things in life aren’t things – but free books. At least if you want to spend the next few weeks taking your machine learning to another level.
We’ve selected four great books that help you to understand one important aspect of machine learning in a very profound way. Thanks to the Open Access initiative, all of these works are available for free: Continue reading “Machine learning: Best 4 free math books for deepening your skills”→
These days we are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing and focusing on a possible new lunar conquest by 2023. But let’s dream a bit and look at the most beautiful space visualizations of the universe the Internet can offer today!
For all skywatchers out there, here’s a list of the sites to visualize data related to galaxies, space visualization and the world around us.
Apollo 11 traject Space visualization
Apollo 11 (July 16–24, 1969) was the spaceflight that first landed humans on the Moon. Commander Neil Armstrong and lunar module pilot Buzz Aldrin formed the American crew that landed the Apollo Lunar Module Eagle on July 20, 1969, at 20:17 UTC. Let’s experience Apollo 11’s way to the moon.
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