Tag Archives: Business Intelligence

Sparklines, Charts Reduced to the Max

By | September 18, 2006

I’m a huge fan of Edward Tufte’s Sparklines, although I have to confess I haven’t used them as much as I should in this blog. Here’s a couple to illustrate what they’re all about: Wifi and media coverage. But the problem has been a shortage of tools to automate this. Here’s another, from Andreas Flockermann, founder of BonaVista… Read More »

News: Checking the Pulse of Blogging With a Mallet

By | August 6, 2003

 From the We’re In Trouble, The Dataminers Are Showing an Interest Dept, a company called Intelliseek (description: “a business intelligence company that leverages a breakthrough technology platform to help marketers, researchers and other business professionals transform unstructured data into insights!”) have pointed their datamining skills at blogs. The result: BlogPulse.     BlogPulse uses the datamining thing —… Read More »