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Some Ways to Use VisiCube
VisiCube can be used in a variety of ways to improve the efficiency
and reduce the cost of data analysis in various organizations.
Here I describe just a few of those scenarios to help you understand
how VisiCube might assist you in your work.
Use VisiCube to analyze the data you collect in your research.
Build projects whenever you wish and continually analyze
that data over an extended period, constantly refining each analysis.
When you wish to collaborate with others, send them your project
and let them explore it further. Those persons can obtain the free version
of VisiCube to see the data, see the observations (your plots),
and even do further exploration themselves.
Use VisiCube to analyze the initial data collected at the start of
a longitudinal research project and define various time-series visuals
to compare your observations over the entire timeline of the project.
Then, as each new set of data is collected over time, refresh the
project from the updated data sources. Every visual is updated
automatically to include all of the new data as well as that for
the old time points.
Analyze data for your clients with a single copy of VisiCube.
Obtain the data from the client, build a project, and do your
analysis. When you have completed your work, give the project
file to the client.
The client can use the free VisiCube
to see the results of your work and even explore their own data further.
VisiCube is free and can read any project file,
so your clients can use it to gain access to the results
of your analysis without any software expense at all.
In some organizations, many people are interested in analyzing data
that is common to, or shared by, the organization. The data is
gathered and managed by a central person or department
and then disseminated to various analysts for their individual use.
An example might be a school district which collects data on
each of the students in the district. The responsible individual
in the district office can build projects for each particular
school and provide those projects to as many teachers and
administrators in those individual schools as they see fit.
Each can then analyze the supplied data as appropriate
and, if they wish, share their observations with others by
simply sending the updated project file on.
(Each of these analysts can explore such projects
by obtaining their own (free) copy of VisiCube.