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  • 1. 1
    Data-Applied.com: Introduction
  • 2. Introduction
    Data Applied revolutionizes data-driven decision making by integrating rich analytics, data mining, and information visualization capabilities - all using a zero footprint Web interface, collaboration features, and a secure XML Web API.
  • 3. Product Features
  • 4. Product Features
    Pinpoint key influences
    Share analysis Results
    Visualize Large Data Sets
    Build Pivot Charts
  • 5. Product Features
    Identify Hidden Associations
    Detect Anomalies
    Visualize Correlations
    Forecast Time Series
  • 6. Product Features
    Discover Similarities
    Categorize Records
    Collaborate
    Protect Your Data
  • 7. Services
  • 8. Applications
  • 9. Technology
  • 10. What’s different?
    Amazing graphics and visualization right from Stage 1 of data crunching!
  • 11. What’s different?
    Forecast traffic volume
    Visualize correlations Detect sales transactions
    Compare conversion rate
    Categorize accounts
    Forecast the evolution of total cash
    Compare claim amounts
    Forecast the evolution of defect rates
    Categorize products
    Forecast the evolution of crime levels
    Visualize correlations between incidents
    Compare crime types
    Compare vaccinations
    Usability in a large domain !
  • 12. Visit more self help tutorials
    • Pick a tutorial of your choice and browse through it at your own pace.
    • 13. The tutorials section is free, self-guiding and will not involve any additional support.
    • 14. Visit us at www.dataminingtools.net
    End