The Economist's Oct, 13, 2013 cover story, How science goes wrong, touches on the value of sifting through data for patterns: "A start would be getting to grips with statistics, especially in the growing number of fields that sift through untold oodles of data looking for patterns."
We agree. Our new patent-pending technology for analyzing related data sets seeks to address the problem of finding needles in data haystacks. Users would be more inclined to work directly with charts and graphs than with raw data sets. Give users tools do their analysis through the charts themselves, rather than with the raw data, and the pace of analysis becomes greatly accelerated.
In the coming weeks we will be sharing more details with you about this technology, and we hope you will find it as exciting as we do.