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6. Business Mapping
Sometimes data mapping involves visual diagrams of business departments. Data visualization helps with business mapping. One example of business mapping is creation of a department map for shipping department of a business. Real-time information is available for inventory management and location, including inbound and outbound shipping information. Everything going on in warehouse is visualized on a computer screen.
7. Executive Dashboard
Though information can be compiled into state of art data visualization, information still needs to be managed somehow. Data visualization would be incomplete without an executive dashboard with which executives can customize and manage all data visualization displays and reports.
8. Flash Graphs
Using flash technology, information can also be displayed in a state of art format. Dashboards and data visualization displays are unencumbered by too much information all smattered on charts and graphs. Flash chart, flash graphs, and flash maps display only what one needs when one needs it by responding to a mouse or cursor moving over it. As mouse finds its target, information and options are immediately displayed. Web site are presented in a tidy and manageable way.
9. .Net Technology
.Net technology, including .net graphs, .net charts, and .net maps is internet technology interfacing other pages on internet with anchored text on a report or other data visualization display. In addition to .net, perl graphs, perl charts, and perl maps, as well as coldfusion charts, coldfusion graphs, and coldfusion maps, are useful tools employed as part of data visualization. These technologies can also be used in .net PDF attachments.
10. 508 Compliance
Data visualization has also made itself accessible to those with disabilities complying with section 508 which requires government and public information to be viewable by those with disabilities. Data visualization is still capable of catering to needs of its users.
Business, communities, and educational programs throughout country are adopting data visualization to serve need of Information Age. Information is now available at a new level of simplicity, even at most detailed and complex levels.
Joe Miller is an author of informational articles and online advertisements on business software. More Data Visualization information is available at Corda.com.