ClearStory Data to Present Best Practices at First Data Visualization Summit

ClearStory Data to Present Best Practices at First Data Visualization Summit 
PALO ALTO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/10/13 --  ClearStory Data, a
company delivering a new big data solution that makes it simple for
business users to find, combine and interactively analyze data from
corporate and disparate third-party sources, today announced that
Nick Rabinowitz will be presenting at the Data Visualization Summit
in San Francisco on April 12, 2013. 
In his session, Rabinowitz will discuss the dangers inherent to data
visualization and demonstrate how to avoid falling into common
pitfalls. Big data and the data visualization innovations that enable
organizations to move beyond traditional, reporting-led methods of
analysis are major themes of this year's Summit.  
"With the breadth of technology and tools now available,
organizations have the ability to create stunning visual
representations of larger and more complex data," said Rabinowitz.
"However, the ability to do so much can also undermine the ultimate
goal of deriving meaningful insights with data. When used poorly,
visualizations can obscure or misrepresent the underlying
information, making it difficult or impossible to get real value from
your data."  
Who: 
 Nick Rabinowitz, ClearStory Data 
What: 
 "Don't Look Now: The Dangers of Data Visualization" 
When: 
 April 12, 2013 
 12:20 pm PDT 
Where:
 Westin St Francis 
Union Square
 335 Powell St, San Francisco, CA 94102 
For more information on registering for the Data Visualization
Summit, please visit
http://theinnovationenterprise.com/summits/data-visualization-sf/registration. 
About ClearStory Data
 ClearStory Data is making it easy for business
users to find, combine and interactively explore big, diverse data
across first-party and third-party sources for immediate insights.
The ClearStory Data team has decades of combined experience at Aster
Data, BusinessObjects, Cloudera, Google, Netscape, Opsware, Oracle
and Teradata. The company is backed by investments from Andreessen
Horowitz, Google Ventures, Khosla Ventures, Kleiner Perkins Caufield
& Byers and Silicon Valley industry leaders. 
Lonn Johnston 
lonn@flak42.com