Demo Intro: Olympic Games

Graph data is perfect for finding clusters and outliers in a data set and then diving in to see what’s really going on. Gemini Explore provides a powerful way to visualize that data and analyze complex relationships and connections between various people, places, and things. 

In this demo, Gemini Explore has imported a data set from the last century of Olympic Games. The graph shows the relationships between athletes, the events they participated in, and what season the games were in. But why was there a men’s ice hockey event in the 1920 Summer Games? This is a fun example of how our Gemini Expore solution lets you intuitively and easily visualize data sets, immediately see an outlier, and uncover more details to investigate it further. 

Now imagine if this data were a retailer’s supply chain information, an insurance company’s cybersecurity logs, a biotech company’s molecule database, or a bank’s database of suspicious transactions. Imagine how such a rich representation of interconnected entities gives businesses of all sizes invaluable insights to get answers faster, respond to unusual events, and take the next best action – all at a glance. That’s the power of Gemini Explore.

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