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Open Source solutions for Interactive Dashboards

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sunil Kappal Dec 28, 2016. 2 Replies

For we poor folks still trying to make Interactive Dashboards for non-profits....what open-source tools can build solutions to those in recent PROPRIETARY SOFTWARE webinars?  Continue

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Sunil Kappal liked Michael Clayton's discussion Open Source solutions for Interactive Dashboards
Dec 28, 2016
Sunil Kappal replied to Michael Clayton's discussion Open Source solutions for Interactive Dashboards
"Hi Michael,  I am not sure if you have tried Microsoft Power BI, you can create some cool dashboards and can share it online with your colleagues and that too without paying anything. Though it will be with limited horse power but I am pretty…"
Dec 28, 2016
David Baltar replied to Michael Clayton's discussion Open Source solutions for Interactive Dashboards
"Hi Michael, For me, one of the best is Pentaho Community Edition, you can make good dashboards with it and you have a lot of tutos in video out there. I use version Pentaho 5 and Saiku, incredible tool to make drag and drop interface over…"
Dec 19, 2016
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For we poor folks still trying to make Interactive Dashboards for non-profits....what open-source tools can build solutions to those in recent PROPRIETARY SOFTWARE webinars?  See More
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Open Source solutions for Interactive Dashboards

For we poor folks still trying to make Interactive Dashboards for non-profits....what open-source tools can build solutions to those in recent PROPRIETARY SOFTWARE webinars?  See More
Dec 16, 2016
Michael Clayton commented on Tavish Baker's event Data Science: Data to Insights
"When this is FREE let me know.  I love MITx."
Sep 4, 2016
Michael Clayton replied to Gustavjung's discussion Do we need maths proficiency for design of experiments?
"P values are serious topic in itself. Now days, with automated data collection, large sample sizes, and precision gages for continuous data, you get very low P values simply due to large sample size, so everything looks significant. P values and T…"
Sep 4, 2016
Michael Clayton liked Gustavjung's discussion Do we need maths proficiency for design of experiments?
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Michael Clayton replied to Gustavjung's discussion Do we need maths proficiency for design of experiments?
"I am an engineer NOT a statisticans, but I have been involved in hundreds of experiments of many types over past 50 years, mostly in industrial settings. Lately, I have been using JMP to study non-industrial datasets. To run experiments involving…"
Sep 4, 2016
Michael Clayton liked Bradford Tuckfield's blog post Progress in Economics
Sep 4, 2016
Michael Clayton liked Vincent Granville's blog post 10 types of regressions. Which one to use?
Jul 30, 2016
Michael Clayton commented on William Vorhies's blog post Simpson’s Paradox in the Age of Real Time Analytics
"Prediction is fuzzy but necessary work.   2016 election promises modeled for tax and revenue likely results should be really fuzzy..and scary.   But we will see lots of predictions based on models used by agents with high sounding names…"
Jun 2, 2016
Michael Clayton commented on Vincent Granville's blog post The Death of the Statistical Tests of Hypotheses
"Thanks...again.   The key seems to be visualization first then structured statements that meet legal requirements in court appearances, and academic communications standards.  For example. I was once told by a legal eagle that any…"
May 24, 2016
Michael Clayton commented on Vincent Granville's blog post Are You Using the Right Tools for Your Data Science Projects?
"You are right in many ways. Cost, Employer,, Analyst Age might be interesting vs your groupings.  Older analysts grew up either SAS-based or ATT C and Matlab based perhaps.  Open source for younger analysts.   Note:  A famous…"
May 6, 2016
Michael Clayton commented on Vincent Granville's blog post Performance From Various Predictive Models
"Thanks for the great overview, and multi-part story. Yogi Berra still wins.   But you guys are close second."
Mar 15, 2016

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