spatial data platform November 2019

Turning data discovery into actionable insights

There's no better feeling than loading new data into the Spatial Big Data Platform and exploring it for the first time. You never know what you might find in your data, particularly if you’re combining sets of big data.

You might just stumble across that key piece of information that provides the justification for a key business decision. Perhaps it will be the information that transforms your understanding of your target audience. Who knows what patterns might exist in your data?

What we do know is that there can be a real sense of excitement of finding something new in your data. Turning this into actionable information for your business requires an in-depth understanding of the data correlations. Look no further than the latest version of the Spatial Big Data Platform’s Data Explorer and Data Analyzer tools.

The new release of the Data Explorer not only lets you create complex multi-dimensional filters to visualise your data, but you can now also create an SQL query for this filter. What's more, with the click of a single button you can run this query on the Data Analyzer so that you have all the facts and figures about your discovery. This turns an exciting discovery in your data into actionable insight.

Read more on the Spatial Big Data Platform v2.1 functionality spec

What’s more, you can use the SQL statements generated by Data Explorer as a starting point for your own more complex queries, combining SQL statements from multiple datasets, or writing your own SQL from scratch. You can even enter any SQL SELECT statement into the Data Analyzer, run it, and see the results. But this is just the start; there’s plenty more to get excited about with our latest release.

If you want to find out more about what the GeoSpock Spatial Big Data Platform v2.1 contains, have a read of the release notes.

If you want to start getting to grips with your big data, contact us on or book a demo and we'll show you how the platform can uncover insights in your data.

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