5 Reasons visualization is not more prevalent

If you’ve missed the excellent write up about the lack of implementations of solid data visualization by Todd Holloway, make sure to catch up his thoughts. Posted 10 months ago but worth a look nontheless – most reasons are still valid.

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  • http://www.uuorld.com/ Willy Pell

    I’d add one more major reason why data visualization is a tough business: Data access. People’s data is spread over corporate databases, pdf’s and excel files. Writing an importer to seamlessly handle all that is a huge task.

  • http://www.uuorld.com Willy Pell

    I’d add one more major reason why data visualization is a tough business: Data access. People’s data is spread over corporate databases, pdf’s and excel files. Writing an importer to seamlessly handle all that is a huge task.

  • http://www.artillery.ch/ Wiederkehr

    I absolutely agree. A lot of companies store their data in proprietary formats that makes seamless importing an utopia.

  • http://artillery.ch Benjamin

    I absolutely agree. A lot of companies store their data in proprietary formats that makes seamless importing an utopia.