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Data Visualization and the Art of Self-Reliance

Classic author Ralph Waldo Emerson inspired a generation with his essays on self-reliance. The wisdom of his message still rings true today, and provides a vision for the modern information worker: trust in yourself and your ideas. Then, pull together the right data, and the right visualization of that data, to tell a compelling story. Rely on your instincts, and use information assets to your advantage.

Register for this episode of The Briefing Room to hear veteran Analyst Dr. Robin Bloor provide a roadmap for enabling self-reliant knowledge workers. He'll be briefed by Suzanne Hoffman of Tableau Software, who will demonstrate how the latest version of Tableau's data visualization platform can empower information professionals from all segments of the enterprise. She'll demonstrate how anyone from a casual business user to a Data Scientist can quickly create, modify and share visualizations.

About the speaker

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Dr. Robin Bloor

Founder, Bloor Research

Robin Bloor is a leading authority and influencer in the industry. In his role as an industry analyst, Robin has become an influential commentator on many corporate IT issues and is in great demand as a presenter at conferences, user groups and seminars addressing audiences across the world on a variety of technology topics from eCommerce through to IT Strategy and trends.

For a decade and a half he has been the driving force behind the research effort at Bloor Research, and has authored many of its industry reports and product comparisons. He has expertise across the whole field of IT with particular expertise in database, development tools, system management, IT security and hardware technology.

He has been influential in shaping the direction and thinking of a generation of IT strategists and continues to provide insight on the direction of IT as it moves forward.

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