Analytics and big data are becoming business imperatives. One big element that separates them from unstructured data pools or BI drill-down reports is that analytics can be used to “tell a story,” typically with visualizations.

The visualization angle of this storytelling is typically reinforced with the same types of charts you’ve seen before (you know, the ones that barely register a response during business meetings) or is danced around in attempts to dazzle you with data, data, data.

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