Analytics and Data Science News for the Week of March 4; Updates from Alteryx, Grow Inc., Stardog, and More

Top Analytics and Data Science News for the Week Ending March 4, 2022

The editors at Solutions Review have curated this list of the most noteworthy analytics and data science news items for the week of March 4, 2022. In this week’s roundup, product news from Alteryx and Stardog, and Grow Inc. gets acquired by Epicor.

Keeping tabs on all the most relevant analytics and data science news can be a time-consuming task. As a result, our editorial team aims to provide a summary of the top headlines from the last week, in this space. Solutions Review editors will curate vendor product news, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital funding, talent acquisition, and other noteworthy analytics and data science news items.

Top Analytics and Data Science News for the Week Ending March 4, 2022

Alteryx Unveils New Analytics Cloud Platform

The availability of new Alteryx solutions in the cloud means users only need a browser to gain access to insights, with a setup that can be done in minutes. The company is addressing this market need by offering Alteryx Designer Cloud, Alteryx Machine Learning, Alteryx Auto Insights, and Trifacta Data Engineering Cloud in one unified suite, the Alteryx Analytics Cloud.

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Epicor Extends its Business Intelligence Functionality with Acquisition of Grow Inc.

Grow offers a no-code, full-stack business intelligence and data visualization tool. The product features data integration capabilities that enable users to connect, store, and blend data from hundreds of data sources. Grow then provides the ability to marry and transform disparate data sources so you can filter, slice, and explore different visualizations. The built-in data explorer defines how you want to navigate data via charts and graphs which are displayed in metrics and dashboards.

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Stardog Releases New No-Code Visual Environment for Creating Knowledge Graphs

Stardog Designer is a no-code, visual environment for creating knowledge graphs, which helps data and analytics teams to easily apply knowledge graph technology in their work. The tool, along with related innovations completes the company’s user experience for data and analytics teams so they can connect to data lakes, visually create semantic data models, and prepare and map source metadata to semantic models.

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Voltron Data Drops Enterprise Subscription for Apache Arrow

Voltron Data is one of the most significant contributors to Arrow. Arrow is a multi-language toolbox for accelerated data interchange and in-memory computing. The Voltron Enterprise Subscription for Arrow is tailored to organizations building and running applications that depend on Arrow. The service offers on-demand assistance from Arrow developers, simplified issue reporting, and direct access to leaders in the project.

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Cape Privacy Enables Self-Service Predictive Models on Encrypted Data Optimized for Snowflake

Businesses can now use Cape Privacy to employ encryption-in-use, securely operationalize their most highly classified data, and run predictive machine learning models on encrypted data stored in private clouds or in a third-party data cloud. As a self-service, enterprise-grade platform, Cape Privacy empowers businesses to run as many data models as needed to gain the best possible insights.

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