Demos of Jedox apps are available here. Screenshots of working with Palo-backed Excel sheets are below.
The full title:
CG2 C3D Demonstration Application Employed in U.S. Army AAEF Exercise Tests Real-Time 3D Visualization of On-the-Move C4ISR Data From FBCB2 VMF Messages
The Command and Control in 3 Dimensions (C3D) technology demonstration combines FBCB2 VMF messaging, a Quantum3D GeoScapeSE COTS McKenna MOUT geospecific terrain database, high-resolution digital map imagery and Mil-Std-2525B symbology into an innovative C4ISR application designed to provide warfighters with an enhanced, real-time view of the battlefield environment by including 3D terrain and culture combined with an intuitive, game-style 2D/3D user interface that is designed for use in high-stress environments across multiple tactical platforms.
Supply Chain Best Practice Tip: Building Real-Time Supply Chain Dashboards that Provide Value is Harder than You Think, says Chevron’s Mike Brooks
Focus on trends, and key changes over time rather than absolute precision. You are not trying to satisfy the accountants, but improve decisions.
Sorry for the lapse in updates. I was at QlikView’s Qonnections 2006 Conference. I have to catch up!
In a speech at a public-safety conference in March 2005, John Lewis, deputy assistant director of the FBI’s Counterterrorism Division, said the database included “photographs, biographical information, physical location information, and financial data for thousands of known and suspected terrorists.”
Pentaho.com has a screencast of Google Maps in action. It uses the pushpins for the datapoints and colors the head of the pin as a visual indicator. It’s not as cool as the Zillow heat maps. Hopefully there will be a way to do that through the Google API someday.
Real estate site Zillow.com now has heat maps for your bargain hunting pleasure. (Please find me a bargain.)
Have we come this far already?
In the meantime, he stresses, Advizor isn’t sweating the increasingly competitive data visualization space, in which it vies with data viz stalwarts (including Tableau Software Inc. and Spotfire Inc.) as well as with ambitious newcomers, such as Microsoft.