The only thing better for a business than having access to massive amounts of data is being able to present it in a way that makes sense to executives in the C-suite. A small but growing community of data scientists -- such as the team at U.K.-based Atheon Analytics -- is translating Big Data in visually compelling applications that unlock its meaning. "There's an awful lot of value in data, in telling a story from it," said Guy Cuthbert, Atheon's managing director. "A tremendous amount of the work we end up doing is teaching people how to think creatively about what they're doing with their data."
Atheon Analytics unlocks Big Data's secrets with visualization