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Cloud Datalab is a powerful interactive tool created to explore, analyze, transform and visualize data and build machine learning models on Google Cloud Platform. It runs on Google Compute Engine and connects to multiple cloud services easily so you can focus on your data science tasks.

Yellowfin offers a business intelligence (BI) platform that allows users to interact with big data in a variety of ways. Yellowfin works to provide big data access to companies of all sizes, from small business to billion-dollar enterprises. It is designed for providing data quickly and allowing users to filter for specific results, maximizing gain from big data. Yellowfin has a variety of dashboards so the user can filter, drill to detail, and have data analysis in the same browser. The data can also be easily shared with others via email, wiki embed, and reports. There is a mobile app as well, which works automatically with the desktop dashboards to allow users to access their data on the go, and alerts can be set up to notify a user via email or push to a mobile device if the data is indicating a critical event taking place. Yellowfin also can map data to locations, providing not only the what of data, but also the where. Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust provides its community in England with mental health and community care services. Using Yellowfin's mobile business intelligence capabilities to deliver reporting and analytics to approximately 6000 clinicians, Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust was able to greatly improve the quality of its patient care. Yellowfin allowed the Trust to access and share independent data from mobile devices as well as create a Balanced Scoreboard to quickly gather and report information on the company's performance to its executives, management, and directors.
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Top Industries
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Comms Service Provider25%
Computer Software Company22%
Financial Services Firm11%
Retailer7%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company26%
Comms Service Provider22%
Energy/Utilities Company14%
Government5%
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Google Cloud Datalab is ranked 9th in Data Visualization with 1 review while Yellowfin is ranked 21st in Data Visualization. Google Cloud Datalab is rated 8.0, while Yellowfin is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Google Cloud Datalab writes "Stable, feature-rich, and easy to set up". On the other hand, Google Cloud Datalab is most compared with Databricks, IBM Watson Studio, Microsoft Azure Machine Learning Studio, Cloudera Data Science Workbench and MathWorks Matlab, whereas Yellowfin is most compared with Tableau, Microsoft BI, Qlik Sense, ELK Kibana and Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services.

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