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Advanced Vizualizations (heatmaps)

Advanced Visualizations (Heatmaps):

Heatmaps are a powerful data visualization technique used to represent the magnitude of a variable across two dimensions. They are commonly used to visualize large datasets and to identify patterns and trends. Heatmaps are often used in various fields, including data science, business intelligence, and web analytics.

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Examples of Heatmaps:


Here are some tools and products that can help with advanced visualizations (heatmaps):


Power BI:

Google Data Studio:



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Before you can do advanced visualizations (heatmaps), you need to have the following in place:

In addition to the above, you may also need to consider the following:

Once you have all of the necessary prerequisites in place, you can start creating heatmaps to visualize your data.

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What’s next?

After you have created heatmaps to visualize your data, you can take the following steps:

Here are some specific examples of what you might do after you have created heatmaps:

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