User Friendly Tools from Q-Sensei

June 29, 2012

Q-Sensei puts ease-of-use front and center with its latest announcement. Melodika.net reports, “Q-Sensei Announces First Set of Data Visualization Modules and Dashboard Page for Q-Sensei Enterprise.” The new tools help users get the most out of Q-Sensei Enterprise 2.0, a platform that pulls together data from a myriad of sources. The write up tells us:

“The visualization tools help end-users graphically understand and digest the unified data set. The dashboard page serves as a personalized portal of visual displays of user-relevant and user-defined data.”

“Graphs automatically provide dynamic ‘zooming’ for micro-level details on the data attributes straight from data points on the graphs. . . . Each user can select from a variety of visualization options to suit his/her needs — line, scatter or bar graphs on time-series analyses as well as quick-settings for one-, two- and three-year trending time frames.”

The story includes links to screenshots from the application: one showcasing the visualization tools and a shot of the dashboard.

Q-Sensei emphasizes multi-dimensional search, which it defines as combining full-text and dynamic faceted search with real-time content analysis. The award-winning company was created in 2007 with the merger of the German Lalisio and the American QUASM, and now has offices in both Brooklyn and Erfurt, Germany. Q-Sensei vows that its solutions make it easy to find what you need, even if you don’t have the proper keywords at your fingertips.

Cynthia Murrell, June 29, 2012

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