Google Fusion TablesFusion Table is a data management platform provided by Google. You can use it to gather, visualize, and share the data. It is like a spreadsheet, but much more powerful and professional. You can collaborate with colleges by adding your dataset from CSV, KML, and spreadsheets. You also can publish your data work and embed it into other web properties.
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- 29 percent of investment professionals use expert networks to derive data.
- By 2025, IDC predicts that the total amount of digital data created worldwide will rise to 163 zettabytes, ballooned by the growing number of devices and sensors
- 30 percent of businesses consider the Spark software framework critical to their big data analytics strategies.
- The number of IT professionals using descriptive and predictive analytics grew from the mid-40th percentile to high 60th percentile between January 2018 and January 2019.
- 53 percent of companies are adopting big data analytics
- Customer/social analysis is considered the second most important big data analytics use case, followed by predictive maintenance.
- 98 percent of sales representatives at construction companies that adopt analytics and geographic data reported dramatic decreases in their time frame for providing price quotes.
- People generate 2.5 quintillion bytes of data each day.
- 90 percent of IT professionals plan to increase spending on BI tools.
- Through 2019, 90% of large organizations will have hired a CDO, but only 50% will be considered a success.
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