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Re:dash: finding the perfect Analysis tools

Re:dash is an open source data collaboration and visualisation tool that allows you to share dashboards across your business. Designed because of the bloated other tools that data teams had to use when connecting to Redshift.

We’ve trailed the open-source version (release of late 2016: 0.12) and you can see what I think about the tool in the review below.

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Mode Analytics (2016): finding the perfect Analysis tools

EDIT 2017-10-22: The team at Mode has been updating the tool almost every single month, the below is based on what our team needed in 2016 and what Mode Analytics could provide at the time of writing.

Lots of the work we do, and one of the many things we use our SQL tool for, ¬†is for small little investigations (wouldn’t want to call it growth hacking but something similar).

This means writing quick, single queries with an output that only needs to be looked and stared at for 5 minutes and then never again. Mode¬†Analytics in this instance doesn’t feel like the right tool for the job but we go it to work for part of the business. Especially A/B Experiments in combination with the Python environment.

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