Bringing complex trends into focus and leveraging them into actionable intelligence requires new platforms for not only collecting and filtering data, but for presenting it in meaningful ways that don't overwhelm the average non-analyst user, Michael Healey writes. To this end, companies are starting to employ advanced data visualization tools that go beyond simple charts and graphs to offer dynamic, interactive graphics, real-time updates and the ability to run hypothetical scenarios to unlock the hidden secrets of Big Data.

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