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Pentaho 5. Un gran salto

Ya se ha lanzado Pentaho 5 y con grandes sorpresas. Descubre con nosotros las mejoras de la mejor suite Open BI

La mejor oferta de Cusos Open Source

Después de la gran acogida de nuestros Cursos Open Source, eminentemente prácticos, lanzamos las convocatorias de 2015

1 de febrero de 2015

Google Earth Pro es ahora gratis


"Google Earth Pro, the premium version of Google's popular Google Earth service, is now free"

Esta es la frase mágica. Antes costaba unos 400 dolares al año. La versión Pro, comparada con Google Earth trae herramientas que facilitan la vida. 


Over the last 10 years, businesses, scientists and hobbyists from all over the world have been using Google Earth Pro for everything from planning hikes to placing solar panels on rooftops. 
Google Earth Pro has all the easy-to-use features and detailed imagery of Google Earth, along with advanced tools that help you measure 3D buildings, print high-resolution images for presentations or reports, and record HD movies of your virtual flights around the world.

Startingtoday, even more people will be able to access Google Earth Pro: we're making it available for free. To see what Earth Pro can do for you—or to just have fun flying around the world—grab a free key and download Earth Pro today. If you're an existing user, your key will continue to work with no changes required.

30 de enero de 2015

La ciudad de Chicago libera ETL Toolkit Open Source para Open Data


Que gran iniciativa la de la ciudad de Chicago que ha usado Kettle (Pentaho Data Integration) y ha liberado codigo para Open Data que está a disposición de todos

This toolkit provides several utilities and framework to help governments deploy automated ETLs using the open-source Pentaho data integration (Kettle) software.
Namely, this toolkit will allow:

  • Loading data from a database and upload it to a Socrata data portal
  • Integrates with an SMTP server to provide e-mail alerts on the outcome of ETL scripts to administrators
  • Handles deployment issues when using multiple operating systems during development
  • Utilities to allow administrators to quickly analyze the log files of ETLs for quick diagnostics
Para saber más sobre Open Data, Smart Cities y Open Source:



Great to see Jedox Planning and Forecast in action, new 5.1 features

In Jedox, by combining future-oriented forecasts and plans with systematic analysis of historical data you get 360-degree view of your organization. 

 

For Jedox 5.1,  you can easily lock or unlock individual cells or entire planning areas on any planning template. 
The new 'Lock Jedox Cell' means you can hold data constant while planning from the topdown and bottom-up. Data maintains its fixed value while splashing aggregated plan values to other cells. accurate, and more flexible. 

Puedes ver aquí nuestra presentación en español:



28 de enero de 2015

Las mejores visualizaciones de Diciembre


Popular Science | '15 charts, graphs and maps that will shape the future of information.'
Bloomberg | '2014 Is Likely to Be the Earth's Hottest Year Ever. Why It Doesn't Matter' - love the plot half way down
Washington Post | Inevitably, being December, there were several 'Year in graphics' collections. Here's one from the Washington Post...
New York Times | ...here's the New York Times'
Quartz | ... and from Quartz
Zeit Online | ... this one from Zeit Online
Reuters | ...next up is the Reuters graphics collection
WSJ | ...The WSJ's year of interactive graphics
CartoDB | Rivers in the US coloured by the direction in which they flow
NZZ | In contrast to the previous links, this is an interactive visualisation chronicling and analysing a year of published content
Senseable | 'Art Traffic at the Louvre: A study of visitors’ behaviour using Bluetooth data'
Marion-Luttenberger | Interesting portfolio of creative, physical/ambient infographic work
Washington Post | 'Most Americans’ best days are behind them'
The Bump | Nice way to show the relative size of a baby week-by-week
Wired | 'A Web App That Visualizes Wikipedia as a Starry Galaxy of Articles'
BBC | 'Jihadism: Tracking a month of deadly attacks'
Bloomberg | 'Pain at the Pump: Gasoline Prices by Country
Buckets | Terrific interactive NBA player dashboards
New York Times | 'A Record Year for Auto Recalls'
Creative Review | 'The soundscape of New York' - physical visualisations
Eye See Data | A really terrific detailed bump chart showing the history of Fifa World Rankings
Bloomberg | More interactive storytelling excellence from the Bloomberg Visual team, this one profiling 'Climate Change in Perspective'
Muyueh | A deep exploration into how 'Different languages have different ways to describe color'
Boston Globe | 'This is how Congress connects on Twitter'
Tabletop Whale | Animated infographic showing 'How to build a human'
ProPublica | 'Inside the Firewall: Tracking the News That China Blocks'
On Broadway | 'The interactive installation ON BROADWAY represents life in the 21st-century city through a compilation of images and data collected along the 13 miles of Broadway that span Manhattan.'
Washington Post | 'The brutal methods outlined in the Senate report'
ncase | Enjoyable 'segregation simulator' - "This is a story of how harmless choices can make a harmful world".
Wired | From MapLabs: 'Our Favorite Maps of the Year Cover Everything From Bayous to Bullet Trains'
The Acme Catalog | 'BIG BATS is a search through historical data (1903-2013) for performances by players who seemed like they were literally playing with a larger bat than everyone else.'
FiveThirtyEight | Love this analytical enquiry: 'The Final ‘Hobbit’ Film Is An Unprecedentedly Gratuitous Stretch Of Source Material'
TheUpshot | 'The Vanishing Male Worker: How America Fell Behind'
Truth and Beauty | Love these remixes of Hans Rosling's famous graphics, redesigned for print
City Geographies | 'Understanding Household Energy Use in England & Wales'
What Color Is It? | 6 digit time converted in to a hex coloured background that constantly changes as time does. Dead simple. Dead good.
New York Times | 'What We’re Searching For'
WSJ | 'Who's News: Rank business leaders on the Journal's influence grid.'
Tableau Public | The remixer becomes the remixed... A stunning reworking of Moritz Stefaner's 'Notabilia' by Mark Jackson
NZ Herald | 'Visualising 268,000 tonnes of floating plastic in the world's ocean'

Recopilacion de Visualising Data

Nueva version de GoogleVis

The googleVis package provides an interface between R and the Google Charts API. It allows users to create web pages with interactive charts based on R data frames. Charts are displayed locally via the R HTTP help server. A modern browser with Internet connection is required and for some charts a Flash player. The data remains local and is not uploaded to Google.

You find examples of all googleVis function on CRAN. Perhaps the best known example of the Google Chart API is the motion chart, popularised by Hans Rosling in his 2006 TED talk

Tutorial GoogleVis 

22 de enero de 2015

España 2015, uso Digital y Social Media


Que penetración y uso tiene el Social Media y el área Digital en España? Os mostramos un buen puñado de estadísticas actualizadas. 

Desde TodoBI y Stratebi hemos usado el BI Open Source para crear soluciones de Social Intelligence, lo que permite analizar todas estas montañas de información con tecnologías Big Data










Visto en we are social

21 de enero de 2015

Big Data 2014: A year in review

Good review of the most important facts during 2014 about Big Data. If you work or are interested in Big Data, this recap is a must.

Hadoop, Spark, Cassandra, MongoDB, Hortonworks, Pentaho, Vertica, Cloudera, Apache Flink, CouchDB and more...