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By R. Danes
Big data and analytics are evolving at warp speed — some might complain that all the changes are too much to keep up with. Data visualization is one exception; the ways in which data is rendered in graphs and charts have remained remarkably stable for years — and one company is not happy about that.
“Analytics has changed fundamentally since the introduction of Hadoop, but visualization, which is how a lot of us think about analytics, is still stuck in the pre-Blackberry era,” according to David Fishman, VP of Marketing at Arcadia Data Inc. Fishman spoke to Sam Kahane (@Sam_Kahane), from the SiliconANGLE Media team, during the recent IBM DataFirst Launch event in New York how his company is striving to bring visualization into the present.