In a new release of Logi Vision, Logi Analytics is combining new analytical capabilities with social features to support data discovery for users ranging from data scientists to anyone who needs data-driven insights. Logi Vision, first released earlier this year, provides a recommendation engine, built-in data science technology, and intuitive collaborative environment to enable more users to analyze, visualize and socialize insights that were previously only available to data scientists and other advanced users.
“The majority of business users are not data experts. We’ve built that expertise into Logi Vision, along with consumer-based approaches and collaboration tools, to offer a highly intuitive, community-driven approach to self-service analytics,” said Steven Schneider, chief product officer, Logi Analytics. “With the latest version of Logi Vision, we’re continuing to simplify how people interact and work with data, providing a data discovery environment that can be used by anyone in an organization.”
The latest version of Logi Vision new mapping, social activity stream, and binning capabilities simplify analytic.
The new release provides geo-mapping with choropleth (filled regions) and bubble maps, both online and offline. Logi Vision automatically geo-codes continents, countries, states and populated places so users do not need to engage IT or data experts to translate locations into latitude and longitude coordinates. Logi Vision’s maps are based on open source technology, which will provide virtually limitless layers of detail, categorizations and analytics.
Employing social capabilities similar to Twitter’s timeline and Facebook’s news feed, Logi Vision’s Activity Stream lets users view the most recent analytical activities of their colleagues. The Activity Stream encourages greater collaboration among users and makes viewing and sharing new insights easier than ever. In addition, Logi Vision converts numeric or time data into dimensions for analysis without requiring a data architect and special data models: ages can be made into age ranges, salary information can turn into salary bands, and dates can turn into specific range categories for further analysis. Logi Vision automatically creates bins based on the data and allows for bin adjustments. In addition, anyone can easily create their own “bins” of information from scratch, and users can further interact with their data by choosing top or bottom bins based on numbers or percentiles.
Logi Vision 1.3 also extends integration with Logi Info, the company’s flagship business intelligence platform, to offer governed data discovery that addresses the wider analytic needs of an organization.
Logi Vision 1.3 is being made available to try as a downloadable, full-featured version, so anyone can work with their spreadsheets, cloud applications and corporate data within the security of their workplace, or via a hosted trial option. To learn more about Logi Vision, visit www.logianalytics.com/vision.