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User interfaces for visual analysis and monitoring in business intelligence

L Grammel, MA Storey, C Treude

Proceedings of the 2009 Conference of the Center for Advanced Studies on Collaborative Research, CASCON '09 | Published : 2009


Business intelligence is concerned with understanding and leveraging the vast amounts of information stored in the databases of modern enterprises. Visualization techniques have been used to make sense of this data for a long time, first in the form of simple charts, and nowadays in the form of interactive visualizations. By leveraging the strengths of the human perceptual system and incorporating user interaction, they support the flexible analysis of data as well as data monitoring by users. The recent progress in the fields of information and data visualization as well as new hardware developments and trends in business intelligence have led to several new challenges, which will be discus..

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