GeoFlow: 3D Mapping Analytics Tool for Excel

Today is yet another wonderfull day, Niels Naglé shared a blogpost about Excel 2013’s new add-in called “GeoFlow” (Codename)

The full blogpost on SQL Server Blog can be read here.

Today we’re pleased to add another exciting business analytics tool to help customers gain valuable insight from their data. Project codename “GeoFlow” for Excel, available in preview now, is a 3D visualization and storytelling tool that will help customers map, explore and interact with both geographic and chronological data, enabling discoveries in data that might be difficult to identify in traditional 2D tables and charts. With GeoFlow, customers can plot up to a million rows of data in 3D on Bing Maps, see how that data changes over time and share their findings through beautiful screenshots and cinematic, guided video tours. The simplicity and beauty of GeoFlow is something you have to see to understand – check out the video demo and screenshots below. You can also download and try it out firsthand today.



 

GeoFlow-3D

 

GeoFlow-World

 

For more information on GeoFlow, check out the Excel team’s blog and visit the BI website.

Download the GeoFlow Preview Add-In for Excel 2013 here.



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