Getting a Better View: Data Visualization in Legal Analytics
With the right visual representations of data, legal analytics tools can help quickly identify issues with the data and recognize potential patterns.
Collecting, mining and analyzing data in the best way possible may seem like the holy grail of analytics, but the ability to make decisions on data is only as good as the ease with which it can be read. That is where good data visualization techniques come in. With the right visual representations of data through charts and graphs, today’s best legal analytics tools can help the analyst quickly identify issues with the data, assess outliers, and recognize potential patterns.
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