Deepak Rai Bio Deepak is a seasoned Data Scientist with experience with working in scientific, business and statistical analysis environments. He has worked across multiple industries, and world-class research and development organizations, in India, Japan, and the USA. His emphasis has been on Predictive Modeling to provide analytical solutions for complex business and scientific data […]
David Napoli Bio David Napoli has worked with data for over 20 years as an analyst, actuary, statistician, research manager, and director. His experience includes evaluation and outcomes studies, ROI analysis, IBNR determination, predictive modeling, risk adjustment methodologies, advanced data visualization, dashboard design and implementation, database development and management, and identifying and evaluating trends and […]
Ann Jackson Bio Jackson Two is headed by Ann Jackson, our chief Analytics Evangelist. Ann is an experienced and passionate individual with a rich and extensive background in data visualization, exploratory data analysis, data communication, and business process improvement. She is an expert at taking multiple data sources, finding meaningful connections between them, and communicating out […]
Source: Gueringer, Jennifer, A Visual Guide to Your Business Financial Statement, The Business Backer, May 24, 2017, https://www.businessbacker.com/blog/visual-guide-business-financial-statement/.
Readers: Today, I attended a presentation, at the State Capitol, which was hosted by Tableau and Grant Thornton. Grant Thornton is the U.S. member firm of Grant Thornton International Ltd, one of the world’s leading organizations of independent audit, tax and advisory firms. Round-Table Discussion The notes below are my notes from the round-table discussion today […]
Hello Readers: What the hell happened today? First, let’s look at Tableau Software’s stock price. Tableau Software lost half its market value and its shares hit an all-time low a day after it cut its full-year earnings guidance to between 22 cents and 35 cents a share, around half the 57 cents analysts had expected. […]