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Data Visualization in Business Intelligence

N. Deepa, S. Sivadharshini, S. Visarathi


Data visualization has been rising rapidly for the past a few years in the BI and analytics industry, as part of the modern BI movement which emphasizes on self-service. Secondly, data visualization concepts and guidelines are realized through features in BI software, which makes it easy to apply the concepts. This is similar to the concept of Object-Oriented programming. Object Oriented Programming is a concept that could be implemented in any programming language, such as C. Compared to other types and applications of visualization, business data visualization, particularly concerns about the visualization of business data, is mainly for the purpose of communication, information seeking, analysis, and decision support.

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