Research on COVID-19 is being produced at an accelerating rate, and machine intelligence could be crucial in helping the medical community find key information and insights. When I came across the COVID-19 Open Research Dataset (CORD-19), it contained about 57,000 scholarly articles. Just one month later, it has over 158,000 articles. If the clues to fighting COVID-19 lie in this vast repository of knowledge, how can Qlik help?
In this release, we’ve focussed on providing exceptional capability for our customers - both enterprise and software companies - to create and deploy embedded analytics experiences that drive user adoption with minimum amount of effort and coding.
At Google Cloud, we work with organizations performing large-scale research projects. There are a few solutions we recommend to do this type of work, so that researchers can focus on what they do best—power novel treatments, personalized medicine, and advancements in pharmaceuticals.
We hear from our users in the scientific community that having the right technology foundation is essential. The ability to very quickly create entire clusters of genomics processing, where billing can be stopped once you have the results you need, is a powerful tool. It empowers the scientific community to spend more time doing their research and less time fighting for on-prem cluster time and configuring software.
When it comes to furnishing our living spaces, it seems we go through phases. When I was just setting out and leaving home, IKEA was my preferred furniture store. You make your choice, collect all the flat-pack boxes, lug them home, and after some hex key gymnastics: voilà. You’ve truly made it! Since then, I’ve drifted from the “some assembly required” phase to the “ready-made” one.
It’s time to get back to my favorite topic in visualization – how to best use color. I’ve written about it before in two of my previous posts, which you can read by clicking here and here. But, for this post, I’m going to go into a bit more detail on some tips and tricks that you can use.