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The MapD Immerse visual analytics client has a core feature we refer to as crossfilter, which allows a filter applied to one chart to simultaneously be applied to the rest of the charts on a dashboard. This provides a natural interface for data exploration, allowing a multi-dimensional view of data even as a user drills deep into a dataset. From a technical perspective, crossfiltering is not difficult (on the surface). Behind each Immerse chart is a SQL statement. When an e... read more

Organizations are visualizing and exploring data in ways we once only associated with science fiction films. Analysts live a world with access to a plethora of data visualization and reporting tools. Long gone are the days of Excel charting as the primary means for visualizing data. As the toolkit has evolved, the amount of data we collect and analyze has exploded. Websites and phone apps track a user’s every click or swipe. IoT devices record the location of every vehi... read more

Creating charts in the MapD framework can happen in a number of different ways. All of them involve our hyper-fast GPU-powered, SQL-compliant, relational database, MapD Core. To start with MapD Immerse has a large library of standard charts to choose from as you build your dashboards. These include line, bar, pie, histograms, chloropleths, scatter plots and point maps. One can also use MapD’s published API to create entirely custom front ends on top of MapD Core. Finall... read more