Today, data proliferate in a way we never before experienced. Surprising new sources of metrics develop nearly each day inviting creative mining. And the pace is accelerating. Data saturation can easily overwhelm an organization's efforts to answer some of the most basic questions. But our wealth of data promises analysis never before possible. Today, more than ever, organizations need clear data analysis, data visualization and communications to facilitate intelligent decisions.
InfoUse has been rendering data in compelling formats since its inception 25 years ago, using some of the first graphical software written to create charts to communicate important aspects of the the US population to the people making decisions about health in the US.
Today, we are using sophisticated analysis, databases, software and programming to answer difficult questions and communicate findings across a variety of media to the people who can act on them.
Teasing the important stories from the data and rendering it readable is what Data Visualization is. It has been an important piece of InfoUse's toolbox for a quarter of a century.