The next Spotfire Meetup is now on the calendar! Please join us on Monday, September 28 at the TIBCO Spotfire headquarters. Visit the Spotfire Boston Meetup page for additional information and to add your RSVP. Monday, September 28 281 Summer St. Boston, MA 3rd Floor 11:30am – 1:30pm This event… Read More →
In this post we explore adding R graphics to Spotfire. This is a case study of using dendrograms for the Spotfire Classification Modeling tool.
For a long time users have been able to use Spotfire to tell a compelling story with their data. Spotfire Cloud now offers an additional way to enhance the story through the use of Annotations.
The next Boston Meetup is now on the calendar! Please join us on June 23rd for an afternoon of learning and sharing. Visit the Spotfire Boston Meetup page for full details and for adding your RSVP. This event will be co-hosted with Locately in its Boston office. Fred Gruhn, from… Read More →
Funnel plots are a graphical analysis technique for identifying outliers in your data. Funnel plots are visually appealing and really simple to understand, despite some fairly involved maths and stats underlying them. TIBCO Spotfire allows you to draw funnel plots using its inbuilt scatter plot visualisation, with statistical functionality included… Read More →
Spotfire can easily access OData sources using its built-in OData connector. The OData protocol is an open standard for creating and consuming REST-based web services. There is growing community that is using OData as the preferred mechanism for sharing data. There are already many state agencies, governments, and organizations that… Read More →
In this tip, we’re going to look at visualizing geospatial data using the distance from a specific point on a map. We’ll draw a circle around the point using a user-specified distance. We’ll then group the data based on its distance in order to perform a segmentation analysis.
There were a few requests for an interactive example of the territory selector (see post from earlier this week). As a follow up to that post, click here for a “live” example. Resources: Live example of interactive territory selection Blog Post: Interactively draw territories on a map with a TERR data function
Defining territories on a map is a useful analysis and reporting method. Examples include visualizing customers near stores, or city residents near fire stations, schools, homeless shelters or hospitals. Once a collection of locations has been defined, drawing a bounding polygon in Spotfire is straightforward using a TERR data function… Read More →
Excel is one of the world’s most widely used tools for data analysis and modeling. In many industries, Excel is used to distribute complex business rules to individual workers. While the in-memory processing of relatively small data sets is rapid in Excel, this model for distributed analysis leads to various… Read More →