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Visualising Business Data: A Survey / Richard Roberts; Robert Laramee

Information, Volume: 9, Issue: 11, Start page: 285

Swansea University Author: Laramee, Bob

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A rapidly increasing number of businesses rely on visualisation solutions for their datamanagement challenges. This demand stems from an industry-wide shift towards data-drivenapproaches to decision making and problem-solving. However, there is an overwhelming mass ofheterogeneous data collected as...

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