Sunday, February 16, 2014

Tableau Software Continues to Win Data Visualization Fight

The three big contenders for BI/Analytics data visualization are Tableau Software, QlikTech's QlikView, and TIBCO's Spotfire.

Using the job market as an indicator shows that demand for Tableau is growing much faster than that for the other two.

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Do you agree with this simple assessment? Post your comments here if you have insight into the Data Visualization software market.

For more information on these three software products and some additional details on Tableau, see my earlier blog article.


Anonymous said...

Tableau isn't a bi tool. It is a data visualization tool and can be compared to the likes of excel.

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