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Data Analytics

Software Reviews covers 59 products in the Data Analytics market. Fast track your research by exploring our Data Quadrant, sorting the software, purchasing our Data Analytics Category Report, or diving deeper into an individual product. Arm yourself with real data so you can make better decisions with more confidence.

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Category Features
  • Advanced Analytics and Data Science
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  • Advanced Data Visualization
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  • Collaboration
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  • Dashboard
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  • Data Connectors and Data Mashup
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  • Data Discovery and Search
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  • Data Storytelling and Pre-build Analytics Components
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  • Enterprise Capabilities
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  • Mobile
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  • Real-time capabilities
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  • Visual Analytics

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IBM

IBM SPSS

IBM® SPSS Statistics® is leading statistical software used to solve a variety of business and research problems.

8.7

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+87

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82%

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19Reviews

Tableau

Tableau

Data prep for messy spreadsheets, instant analytics, and improved performance. It's smart meets fast.

8.1

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+77

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80%

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131Reviews

Information Builders

WebFOCUS

WebFOCUS is a flexible, scalable, and easy to use business intelligence and analytics platform that offers the right information delivery approach for every kind of user. WebFOCUS delivers rich, consumable, interactive information to the widest range of employees, managers, analysts, partners, and customers.

8.0

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+78

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80%

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15Reviews

Qlik

Qlik

 Qlik is a leader in data discovery delivering intuitive solutions for self-service data visualization and guided analytics.

7.5

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+74

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76%

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65Reviews

Microsoft

Microsoft BI

Microsoft Corporation is an American multinational technology company that develops, manufactures, licenses, supports and sells computer software, consumer electronics and personal computers and services.

7.4

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+63

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78%

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170Reviews

MicroStrategy

MicroStrategy

MicroStrategy 10 meets the needs of both business and IT. Make sense of large data volumes, get answers in an instant, build stunning visualizations, and ensure a single version of the truth securely, at any scale, on every device.

7.4

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+73

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78%

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28Reviews

Alteryx

Alteryx

Alteryx provides a single workflow for data blending, analytics, and reporting. This workflow allows the seamless blending of internal, third party and cloud-based data, and simple analysis using 60+ prebuilt tools for spatial and predictive analytics.

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+91

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88%

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6Reviews

MongoDB

MongoDB NoSQL

A class of new database architectures, dubbed NoSQL databases, are designed to take advantage of the cloud computing environment. NoSQL databases are natively able to handle load by spreading data among many servers, making them a natural fit for the cloud computing environment. Part of the reason NoSQL databases can do this is that related data is always stored together, instead of in separate tables. This document data model, used in MongoDB and other NoSQL databases, makes them a natural fit for the cloud computing environment.

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+4

Emotional Footprint

Emotional
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56%

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5Reviews