Business intelligence company Looker has launched a new data-exploration platform — a way to visualise and sort massive amounts of big data.
The Santa Cruz, Calif.-based company, which specialises in big data analytic’s for enterprise, said its product will allow analysts to manipulate and explore big data sets with ease.
Weeding through relevant data is enhanced, Looker chief executive Frank Bien told VentureBeat, with Looker’s D3 visualisation library, which allows users to identify and process complex data with graphs and charts.
Bien said his two year-old company is “making large and complex data sets accessible to business owners. Big data has little value if there’s a disconnect.” Bien said that as it stands now, business intelligence solutions only offer consumers sifting through massive sets of information a partial ability to pare what’s important and discard the rest.
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