Presidents of USA and their Birth Signs – Sankey Visualization

We can display and compare the frequency of birth signs or party using these bar charts as well.

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How much did Google spend on acquiring other companies and was it all waste?

Using infocaptor web dashboard and visualization software, we analyze the list of companies, products and services that Google has acquired since 2001.

Ever wondered, how may startups or companies did Google acquire so far and how much did it pay for them?

But the main question is, what happened to the acquired companies? Was it all waste of money?

With the recent re-structuring, Google became a subsidiary of Alphabet Inc., which now owns most of the parts.

Google has acquired around 184 companies as of October 2015. Google has spent atleast 28 billion USD on acquisitions.

Read the complete list of top google acquisitions in an interactive dashboard

What is the most dangerous food at Olive Garden?

Let us line down the items to find the worst culprit

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Bigfoot vs UFO analytics

And here is a comparison of the search/news activity by region for Bigfoot Vs UFO

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List of acquisitions by Microsoft a data journey

Microsoft was established in 1975 and it went public in 1986 [in about 11 years]

Microsoft’s first acquisition was in 1987 and it has purchased an average of six companies a year.

Microsoft has made eight acquisitions worth over one billion dollars: Skype (2011), aQuantive (2007), Fast Search & Transfer (2008), Navision (2002), Visio Corporation (2000), Yammer (2012), Nokia (2013) and Mojang (2014).

Which countries has Microsoft spent the most on acquisitions

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Popularity of Tea, Coffee, Beer and Wine Visualization

If number of searches were an indicator for gauging the popularity of a drink between Tea, Coffee, Beer and Wine then who wins the contest?

Let us analyze who wins the popularity contest by comparing the number of searches for each of the terms.


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US Consumer Law Attorney Rates

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InfoCaptor Simplifies Big Data Analytics for Cloudera Enterprise

Rudrasoft, the software company that specializes in data analytics dashboard solutions, announced today that it has released an updated version of its popular InfoCaptor software, which includes integration with Cloudera Enterprise. The integration takes advantage of Impala and Apache Hive for analytics.

“Our clients are increasingly looking to adopt Hadoop for their data storage and analytics requirements and their common concern is the lack of an economical web-based platform that works with their traditional data warehouses, RDBMS and with Cloudera Enterprise”

Cloudera-certified InfoCaptor, adds native Impala functionality within Visualizer so users can leverage Date/time functions for date hierarchy visualizations, time series plots and leverage all the advanced hierarchical visualization natively on Cloudera Enterprise.

“Impala is the fastest SQL engine on Hadoop and InfoCaptor can render millions of data points into beautiful visualizations in just a blink of an eye,” said Nilesh Jethwa [founder]. “This is a great promise for the big data world and affordable analytics with sub-second response time, finally CEOs and CIOs across industries can truly dream of cultivating a data driven culture and make it a reality.”

“Cloudera welcomes InfoCaptor as a certified partner for data analytics and visualization. InfoCaptor delivers self-service BI and analytics to data analysts and business users in enterprise organizations, enabling more users to mine and search for data that uncovers valuable business insights and maximizes value from an enterprise data hub,” said Tim Stevens, vice president of Business and Corporate Development at Cloudera.

InfoCaptor is an Enterprise Business Analytics and Dashboard software meant for:

  • Data Discovery
  • Visualizations
  • Adhoc Reports
  • Dashboards

InfoCaptor brings the power of visualizations and the simplicity of Microsoft Excel and puts it in the hands of a non-technical user. This same user can build Circle Pack, Chord, Cluster and Treemap/Sunburst visualizations on top of Cloudera Enterprise using simple drag and drop operations.
InfoCaptor can connect with data from virtually any source in the world, including SQL database from Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, Sqlite, PostgreSQL, IBM DB2 and now Impala and Hive. It supports both JDBC and ODBC protocols.

InfoCaptor also serves as a powerful visualization software and it includes over 30 vector-based map Visualizations, close to 40 types of chart visualizations, over 100 flowchart icons and other HTML widgets. InfoCaptor also provides a free style dashboard editor that allows quick dashboard mockups and prototyping. With this ability users can place widgets directly anywhere on the page and use flowchart style icons and connectors for annotation and storytelling.


Users can download the application and install it within their firewall.
Alternatively, a cloud offering is also available at or Download dashboard software


InfoCaptor is a very modestly priced Analytics and Visualization software
” Personal Dashboard License can be purchased for $149/year
” Server license starts at $599/year
” Cloud based subscription starts at $29/user/month

Visit or email bigdata(at)infocaptor(dot)com for Demo and Price list


Marriage and Divorce Rates Analysis Dashboard CDC Data set

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Marriage and Divorce Rates Analysis Dashboard CDC Data set

The following trend line compares the marriage and divorce rates

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