DataHero just picked up $3.15 million to keep building an accessible product for letting pretty much anyone visualize data online, from a wide variety of sources.
More traffic on Bay Area highways lately isn’t just a coincidence. It’s happening in sync with soaring rent and continually falling unemployment rates, according to publicly available data.
One retailer got way more of its social content shared than others leading up to Black Friday. But on this fateful day, that retailer isn’t where people are actually shopping, according to some data.
BIME Analytics, a startup that delivers business intelligence in the cloud while allowing data to stay on premise, just nabbed $4 million.
Today, the company held a press conference to unveil its “Tableau online” product, a cloud-based version of its data analysis software.
Business intelligence app-maker MeLLmo has launched a new cloud-based version of its popular Roambi service that is calls Roambi Business.
InsightSquared, the Cambridge, Mass.-based company that is taking on Microsoft’s Excel, just scored $8 million in second round funding.
Twitter has acquired data visualization startup Lucky Sort, possibly to bolster its ad sales and reporting tools.
“Our mission, to help people everywhere see and understand data, isn’t all that different from Google’s,” Christian Chabot, the company’s cofounder and chief executive, told VentureBeat.
Big data may be cool, but its not pretty. Visual.ly, a startup focused on data visualizations and infographics, has raised a new $2 million round of funding, the company has confirmed to VentureBeat today.
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ClearStory, the much-hyped data analytics startup, has pulled in $9 million in funding from Kleiner Perkins, Andreessen Horowitz and Google Ventures.
These days, it takes guts for a company to make a strategic decision without referring to the numbers. However, accessing the data is easier said than done.
For Pentaho, the startup that claims to be the first business intelligence (BI) provider to shift its focus to “big data”, the bet is paying off.
Roambi, the Sequoia-Capital-backed data visualization app from MeLLmo, has seen considerable growth this year with new customer wins and adoption by 20 percent of the Fortune 50, the company announced Tuesday.
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Bright.com, the recently-launched startup with a scientific method to match you with a dream job, has found something cool to do with its backlog of employment data.
Intoxicating indie rock band The xx and Microsoft have released a brilliant visualization app that tracks how a stream of the band’s new album spread virally around the world.
Analyzing big data doesn’t have to be an expensive and drawn out affair. A company called Precog has launched a simple, drop-in app developers can use to collect and analyze vast amounts of data for product features like recommendations, reporting, predictions, and real-time decision-making.
MetaLayer, a startup that helps you make visualizations from complex sets of data, has launched a new data community for people to share visualizations they’ve made with its service.
Twitter today released a new video visualizing all the tweets that mention the momentous occasion that took place last Friday: 11:11:11 on 11/11/11.
The creative minds behind the beautiful infographics found on finance service Mint launched a public beta site for its new startup Visual.ly today.