TableauThe core essence of Tableau is actually the PivotTable and PivotChart of Excel. It can be said that Tableau is keenly aware of this feature of Excel. It entered the BI market earlier and carried forward this core value. From the perspective of development history and current market feedback, Tableau is better at visualization. I don’t think this is because of how cool its charts are, but its design, color, and user interface give us a simple and fresh feeling. This is indeed like Tableau’s own propaganda, investing a lot of academic energy to study what kind of charts people like, how to give users the ultimate experience in operation and visual. As Tableau advertises, their team puts a lot of academic energy into researching what kind of charts people like, and how to give users the ultimate experiencein terms of operation and vision. In addition, Tableau has added data cleaning function and more intelligent analysis functions. This is also a predictable product development advantage for Tableau.
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- 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.
- 26 percent of businesses say data and analytics have significantly changed the nature of industry-wide competition.
- 90 percent of IT professionals plan to increase spending on BI tools.
- Businesses that use big data saw a 10 percent reduction in overall cost.
- 14 percent of investment professionals use credit card and POS software data to derive data.
- Content analytics usage among IT professionals increased from 43 percent to 54 percent between January 2018 and January 2019.
- 61 percent of businesses that recognize the effect of data and analytics on their core business practices say their companies either have not responded to these changes or have taken only ad hoc actions rather than developing a comprehensive, long-term strategy for analytics.
- The worldwide big data market is projected to grow from $42 billion in 2018 to $103 billion in 2027.
- 79 percent of enterprise executives say that not embracing big data will cause companies to lose competitive position and risk extinction.
- Through 2019, 90% of large organizations will have hired a CDO, but only 50% will be considered a success.
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