September 14, 2016. Santa Cruz, Ca. Evans Data Corp today announced the availability of its new Data Analytics Console. This unique new data mining tool draws from the bi-annual Evans Data Global Development survey to deliver dynamically customizable results.
The survey is conducted twice yearly on a worldwide scale with software developers in six different languages. The console takes over 160 raw data points (questions) provides for 4 different crosstabs for each one and allows for 26 different filters to be applied. Multiple filters can be selected and multiple combinations of filters can be implemented at the same time. To count the number of combinations, we compute the number of permutations 26 filters can be arrayed, while accounting for the fact that a user can choose one filter, two filters, three filters, anywhere up to 26 filters at the same time, this allows for 42,949,672,320 total possible charts.
“At Evans Data we do literally dozens of in-depth developer surveys every year. There’s ten focused surveys of our own, plus typically twenty to thirty custom research projects for private clients,” said Janel Garvin, CEO of Evans Data. “And with all that data we inevitably find that clients want it cut in ways that we wouldn’t have thought of. They might want to look at something so broad as all the results cut by company size or platform usage. Or it might become so specific that they want to look at and profile only those developers who reside in Brazil, work for companies with more than 1000 employees, target Android, and use Java. This can now all be done by the client on the fly with the new console.”
The new Data Analytics Console is currently available from Evans Data Corp for the most recently released Global Development survey, and for some specially commissioned custom research projects. Full details can be found here.
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