KPIs & Visualizations


KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) play a crucial role in operational analytics because they provide a way to measure and track the performance of a business over time. By following KPIs over time, companies can gain insights into their routine, identify areas for improvement, and make data-driven decisions. KPIs can also help companies to set goals and benchmarks for themselves and track progress toward those goals over time.



Two- and three-dimensional visualizations are essential in data analysis and presentation because they can provide a more intuitive and immersive way to explore and understand complex data sets.

Two-dimensional visualizations, such as scatter plots, line graphs, and bar charts, are valid for representing data that can be plotted on a two-dimensional plane. They often show trends, patterns, and relationships between variables. Two-dimensional visualizations are easy to create and interpret and can be used to quickly identify outliers, trends, and patterns in data sets.

Three-dimensional visualizations, such as scatter plots, tree maps, and bubble charts, help represent data that cannot be easily expressed in two dimensions. Three-dimensional visualizations can provide a more immersive and interactive way to explore complex data sets. In addition, they can help to reveal relationships and patterns that may not be apparent in two-dimensional visualizations.