Data visualization is the presentation of data in a pictorial or graphical format. Data visualization is not new; the visual communication of data has been around in various forms for thousands of years such as charts and maps to understand information more easily and quickly. The Periodic Table is a classic example that shows the potential of visualization to reveal hidden relationships in even small datasets. One look at the table, and one can grasp the way atoms arrange themselves in groups.
One of the most important benefits of visualization is that it allows us access to huge amounts of data in ways that would not be otherwise possible. The knowledge encompassed in these various data sets would be nearly inaccessible to the casual, or even moderately interested viewer, if it was not visualized. But a good visualization gives us access to that knowledge, and does so quickly, efficiently, and effectively
Advanced data visualization can be used to present data in visually captivating ways, potentially enabling companies to expand the BI capabilities they provide to the business. As more and more data is collected and analyzed, data visualization enables decision makers at all levels to see analytical results presented visually, find relevance among the millions of variables, communicate concepts and hypotheses to others, and even predict the future.
The heart of Cyient Insights’ visuals are its interactive dashboards, supported by world-class analytics. Solutions will automatically represent the data with the most appropriate visual for the type of data selected; provide geographical map views for a quick understanding of geospatial data; identify and explain the relationships between variables; and offer a variety of analytic visuals.