Business applications are generating ever-increasing amounts of data, and more and more of [these] data are in real-time data. Data mining is a standard feature in most data management system[s] for retrieving complex information but the challenge is about how to represent [this] information in an effective way for better analysis and decision making. With this rich information, the challenge still remains to derive the most business value from [an] ever-increasing amount of available information. Information visualization can significantly solve this problem for handling such complex and high volumes of data to be represented in business applications. Through this research, an attempt will be made to solve this problem by prototyping an interactive data driven business application through visualization. The key focus of this research work will be given in the 'Presentation Tier' of a business application for visually representing the information in an aesthetic matter for better understanding.
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Data mining; Information visualization--Data processing; Business--Data processing
Gopalakrishnan, Ramesh, "Information visualization for business applications" (2007). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
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