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  • Visualizing Hacks Sumana H
  • Business Data Visualization ChallengeProblem:John Smith is a Sales Director. He has 15Managers, spread across 5 teams reporting tohim. Each of these managers handles multiplecustomers. Each of these customers has multipleaccounts. Each account has multiple campaigns.Phew!He needs to be able to track performance at theteam level, the manager level, customerlevel, account level and finally the campaign level.
  • A concept view of John’s business, for reference John•• Smith Team A Team D Team E Manager Manager T R Customer Customer Customer 1 2 3 Account A Account B Account C Campaign Campaign Campaign A B C
  • Possible Solutions• A multi-level drill-down tree-map/heatmap visualization• Reference: www.smartmoney.com/map-of-the- market/• Technology - using YUI and javascript .d3 library
  • SnapshotProblem :• As a owner of website www.XYZ.com , John would like to know the engagement and reach of his website with his target audience.• His target audience is spread across multiple geographies and across different age groups• He would like to know the page views, uu, time spent for his website.• visualize a solution for John, to help him get a quick view of his website
  • Network Map DashboardProblem:• John runs a manufacturing factory that he inherited from his uncle. He is tech savy, but his uncle believed in traditional methods. John realized that all the processes in the factory are linked, and there are dependencies. His uncle had told him that tracking the progress of the various processes is a big challenge.
  • Possible Solution• Create a network map visualization with each node as a process and at any point in time it should tell John, if any processes have failed and if because of this other dependent processes are not able to run
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