Data Insights From IBM Watson Analytics
Posted: Aug 24, 2016Category: Predictive Analytics | Tags: Webinar
View this webinar to learn how Watson Analytics will help you uncover new insights quickly and easily with automated data analysis, automatic visualization and predictive analytics.
Watson Analytics is a smart data analysis and visualization service you can use to quickly discover patterns and meaning in your data – all on your own. With guided data discovery, automated predictive analytics and cognitive capabilities such as natural language dialogue, you can interact with data conversationally to get answers you understand. Whether you need to quickly spot a trend or you have a team that needs to visualize report data in a dashboard, Watson Analytics has you covered.
Learn how to realize the following benefits of Watson Analytics:
Use your own words to discover: Add your data or connect to a data source and almost instantly get a list of interesting starting points. Ask a question and get insights you can understand from data you trust.
Find what drives your business: Surface new patterns and trends and see the factors most likely to influence business outcomes and the math behind the findings. You’re now ready to act—confidently.
Display your findings: Simply choose a template and add the visualizations and insights you want your audience to understand. Now you’re ready to make your point.
Analyze trusted data: Data for analytics comes in many forms. Now you can make sure it’s in sync, whether you’re exploring, predicting or assembling. And, that equals trust in your insights.
You will see the following key features in action:
National language dialog: Engage with your data conversationally and discover new associations and insights.
Automated predictive analytics: Automatically surface what is likely driving outcomes.
One-click analysis: Make sense of data discoveries in one click with automatic visualizations you can use in dashboards to tell more powerful stories.
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