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It's no secret that some people hear about Tableau's passionate users and wonder what all the fuss is about. Back in June, in fact, one skeptical industry analyst tweeted to a Tableau fan, "Pal, you seem to have had... Read More..
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What do you get if appliances keep getting smarter, faster, and roomier inside? Choice A: abolition of IT, because who needs geeks? Choice B: license to be sloppy. You guessed it: sloppy and proud. Out of the loud, unruly... Read More..
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As Stephen Few delivered his keynote address at the recent Tableau customer conference in Seattle, he suddenly broke his rhythm to look at someone in the audience. "Is that Howard Dresner?" he asked, surprised. It was. Howard is the... Read More..
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Many in the business intelligence industry talk about organizational problems getting in BI’s way, but few talk about them very much. Scratch the surface of most presentations and conversations — such as last week at the TDWI conference in... Read More..
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Does it seem to you like data analysis is busting out all over the place? It might become another fun game like chess or Chutes and Ladders — so this might be good time to recall an old admonition:... Read More..
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So many people who should know better seem to miss the point when they mention Tableau. Why? I asked BI veteran Stephen McDaniel for his thoughts — which he gave, but then went on to suggest an almost unheard... Read More..
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What can explain business intelligence's poor adoption rate? Are tools not easy to use? Or is there a deeper reason? A book from 2000, The Social Life of Information by John Seely Brown and Paul Duguid, suggests that BI... Read More..
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Self tracking for performance has a place on the map now thanks to the May 2 New York Times Magazine article by Gary Wolf. But along with praise and interest, "The Data-Driven Life" also drew harsh, skeptical reactions. Many... Read More..
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It was International Workers' Day on Saturday and the official release day of Lyzasoft's latest product: its foray into "free." It's a good way to say "power to the people." Some people associate that slogan with protests and even... Read More..
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One of the pleas in Mark Madsen's fascinating keynote at the TDWI conference in Las Vegas was to let the "Barts" work. The Barts are, of course, the Bart Simpsons among us, the sometimes nerdy rebels who actually come... Read More..
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In this blog, freelance writer and analyst Ted Cuzzillo considers the far end of business intelligence, where technology meets the irregular human profile. With original reporting and analysis, he writes about data analysis and the analysts themselves, as well as a range of other concerns such as perceptions, terminology and personalities.

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