Data Visualization Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
Sai Krishna J says in a Tableau review
Data Scientist at a consultancy with 51-200 employees
I believe the most valuable feature of Tableau is the flexibility it offers with regard to the types of visualizations the user can create. A lot of other products in this space offer limited chart types and work in a way that provide little room for customization, if any. But Tableau allows the user to work with its predefined templates such that the end result can be a visualization that is highly customized - in terms of the design, colors, sizes, shapes and the overall visual appeal. This is an invaluable feature as it enables one to communicate more powerfully from the data. I would also consider the ‘Create Calculated Field’ feature as very valuable. It’s one that I’ve used quite extensively. Most of the time, the data we work with will not have all the necessary features that enable us to tell a good, convincing story out of it. Therefore, it becomes imperative that we create them and extract the maximum amount of information possible from the data. Formatting charts - colors, lines etc. - is also simple and there are a lot of options for customization. View full review »
reviewer1125204 says in a Tableau review
Vice President, Business Analytics at a logistics company with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable feature is the "drag and drop" environment. We also appreciate the ease of use for adoption with "row-level" internal customers. View full review »
Cristobal Rodriguez says in a Tableau review
Director Consultoria with 201-500 employees
The most valuable features are data discovery and fine visualizations. View full review »
LUCAS GIANPAOLO says in a Tableau review
Project Development Coordinator at a logistics company with 51-200 employees
With Tableau, I can upload excel files and visualize the information with details. Another aspect is that I can organize the information with the data I have as dates of income, expenses, and annuals. View full review »
Pro3289Mng says in a Tableau review
Program Manager at a non-profit with 1,001-5,000 employees
One of the most valuable features are the different visualizations. It makes it much easier for us to represent what the data is showing. The dashboard is great, and the visualizations are really what we focus on. It's as powerful if you know how to use it, so it's made as much as we know how to use it. It's enough, but there's much more of a need to understand what you do to operate the solution. To be able to do more, we need to set it up to do different things. It is fine, but we have not really invested time or people into doing this much. View full review »
Robert Meunier says in a Tableau review
Principal Consultant at a tech vendor with 1,001-5,000 employees
The ease of developing visualizations, not just charts and graphs. View full review »
Reviewer3292 says in a Tableau review
Manager Technology at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
* Interactivity * Fast data access * The graphs * Understanding our data better based on the sublevel of data provided. View full review »
Francisco Lizama says in a Tableau review
Manager at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
* Easy of use * Easy to learn * Gradual scalability from simple to complex situations * Wide integration with BI industry View full review »
Kevin Bennett says in a Domo review
Application Engineer at a software R&D company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The most valuable features are merging datasets, getting quick visualizations, and creating PowerPoint presentations instantly. View full review »
Pete Marshall says in a Tableau review
Operations Manager with 11-50 employees
The most valuable features are the user filters for data security and subscriptions to distribute images of reports. View full review »
Tomislav Lepcin says in a Qlik Sense review
BI Project manager at Fixit Gruppe
Moving from table to graph was a rubicon. After the implementation of all needed extensions, we are receiving only positive feedback and guidelines as to what the next steps are. The integration with R & Python for predictive modeling, and possibly machine learning in the future, is very valuable. View full review »
Gustavo Alba Garcia says in a Qlik Sense review
User with 11-50 employees
The most valuable feature of QlikSense is that you can capture the data without modifying it and then perform the ETL (extract, transform, and load) process. It is all much faster and safer. In addition, it is also easy to connect to any type of data source. View full review »
Jonathan Flores says in a Qlik Sense review
We have found the use of AI to be the most valuable feature. View full review »
reviewer1154958 says in a Qlik Analytics Platform review
Advanced analytics, geo-analytics, and insight bot are the most valuable features. Most of their technology is impressive. This solution represents strong, third-generation BI tech. It is really powerful and has Self Service capabilities that are easy to use. It is a great platform for third party extensions, has an open API, and there are no black boxes. View full review »
reviewer1116270 says in a Qlik Sense review
I think all of the features in Qlik Sense are vital to the product. I enjoy being able to use the ETL features, as well as the front-end scripting (set-analysis). The most valuable feature is that all pieces work together as a platform that allows you to easily provide BI solutions. View full review »
nulluser says in a Qlik Sense review
User at a tech vendor
The most valuable features are the mobility and web integration. View full review »
Srikanth Penumutchu says in a Qlik Sense review
There are many valuable functions in this solution, including: * The second generation in-memory association (QIX) engine * Robust data curation and wrangling capabilities in the script * The ability to load the data from a wide variety of data sources * The UI is very easy to use, with drag and drop self-service analytics * It has the highest level of data security at both the row and column levels View full review »
reviewer1109886 says in a Qlik Sense review
This solution is easy to use, intuitive and has great power for the exploitation of data. View full review »
Adam Abwat-Johnson says in a Qlik Sense review
BI Developer at a retailer with 51-200 employees
The drag and drop UI has been the most useful to me. Working previously as a consultant, the self-service wizards for loading data weren't too important, as I knew how to load and manipulate data in the script. However, being able to see a list of the different chart types and fields certainly sped me up in terms of creating dashboards and visualizations. View full review »
reviewer1101450 says in a Qlik Sense review
User at a university with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable feature is the drag-and-drop dashboard building, with many types of visuals. Users are allowed to present multiple reports, side-by-side, using dashboard components on a single dashboard page layout. Dashboard components come in a variety of chart types, and we can customize how data is grouped, summarized, and displayed for each component. The drag-and-drop dashboard builder is an intuitive interface for building dashboards from source reports. View full review »
Sneha says in a Tableau review
Sr Business Intel at a logistics company with 10,001+ employees
The extremely intuitive and user-friendly UI helps naive users easily click and connect, drag and drop, and build fantastic visualizations. Of course, the back-end data structure needs to be strong for them to be able to do that, but it saves them a lot of time. View full review »
reviewer1100100 says in an ELK Kibana review
Having a tool where you can find logs that were generated months ago, and being able to search over a long period of time, is great. Being able to create panels and boards is the best, as you can save them and share with the team. The way you can configure the panels, columns, and create new dashboards is brilliant. View full review »
Claire Worledge says in a Qlik Sense review
Managing Director with 1-10 employees
The most valuable feature is the drag and drop dashboard creation. View full review »
Kim Galan says in a Domo review
Manager - Talent Acquisition Analytics at a wholesaler/distributor
What makes me really fond of Domo is the ETL because it enables us to maximize a single platform for pulling reports and automating things. We can send the raw data from a third-party platform and do the rest of the ETL in Domo, including transforming data, adding columns, etc. There is also a built-in viz mode which is really helpful for us. We can do computations there and, eventually, see the computation results in real-time. We have been exploring the key functions which, for us, right now, include dashboard creation and using the Magic ETL. We are focused on them because we do a lot of stuff related to ETL. We are also doing some blending, data transformations from different data sources. It's quite helpful because we don't need to do it outside the Domo platform. Before that, prior to discovering the blend function, we used to do it in Excel first and then upload it to Domo. Since discovering that function, we just pull the raw data coming from a system and Domo does the rest of what needs to be done. View full review »
BenjaminArnulf says in an Oracle Analytics Cloud review
Senior Director BI & Analytics at Hertz Global Holdings, Inc.
The features that we find most valuable are: * Amazing interface, which is user-friendly and ultra fast. * ExplAIn function, which is an AI feature that allows you to create dashboards automatically. * The best feature may be data flow, which is used to prepare and clean data. * Mobile/NLP allows us to create a quick report without knowing how to use the tool. * The fact you can connect to multiple data sources and create a dashboard that is sourced by all of them, in five minutes! View full review »
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