This Tool Lets People Perform Data Analytics With No Tech Knowledge

Big data: Behind the buzzword is a real business need to take massive datasets and make actionable sense of them. While professionals could equip themselves for the big data revolution by earning a master’s degree in data science, VQL, a new tool developed by local entrepreneur Jason Strauss, allows folks with no technical background to perform data analytics all on their own. Strauss, an MIT alumnus, earned a Y Combinator Fellowship to work on VQL last fall. And now, his data analytics solution for non-technical folks is launched and equipped with an automatic data importer. “It’s for people who have data and don’t know what to do with it,” Strauss explained to us. “It’s like Excel for much, much more data. And if Excel handled real-time data.” According to Strauss,…


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