Visualizations are far more than a pretty face on the cloud – highlights from Oracle OpenWorld 2015

Lucas Jellema 1

Visualizations are probably the most effective way to convey information, insights and prompts for action to humans. We are not terribly good at quickly and correctly interpreting textual information that require sequential processing. Our brains however are very well equipped to rapidly interpret information presented in a well defined visualization. […]

Creating Intuitive & Interactive Dashboards with the ADF Data Visualization Components

Frank Houweling

Last week I presented at the UKOUG’14 conference on creating intuitive & interactive dashboards with the ADF Data Visualization Components. Frequently end-users are overwhelmed with too much and confusing information displayed in rows and columns. It can be difficult to quickly get the relative significance. This session discussed how to create intuitive, interactive […]

14 augustus – Sessie ADF Data Visualisatie met Katarina Obradovic

Saskia van der Maat

Ben je een ADF ontwikkelaar? Houd dan donderdag 14 augustus vrij in je agenda! Want op die dag komt Katarina Obradovic, Product Manager voor ADF Data Visualizations, een sessie verzorgen bij AMIS. Katarina introduceert de DVT componenten en bespreekt de thema’s en trends (HTML 5, Tablet, Gamification,…) waar haar team mee […]

ADF in Action – slides and demonstration from OUGF 2014

Lucas Jellema

During this week’s OUGF 2014 Harmony conference in Haltia, Finland I presented on Oracle’s premier application development framework: ADF. ADF is the strategic application development framework for Oracle, a core element in Fusion Middleware. ADF can be used to create large scale, enterprise applications. It can be used to create […]

Gathering data for demo projects – Data Visualization, Pattern Recognition and Data Analysis based on the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest

Lucas Jellema 4

Having access to useful data to create demonstrations and sample applications can be quite a challenge. Demonstrating the power of data visualizations (for example with ADF DVT) or the capabilities of pattern recognition (such as through Oracle Database 12c Match_Recognize) requires a data set that allows for interesting manipulation and […]

ADF DVT – Scaling TreeMap components for comparisons across masters and categories

Lucas Jellema

In a recent article (https://technology.amis.nl/2013/04/02/adf-dvt-using-the-tree-map-visualization-component-to-compare-relative-sizes-and-distributions/) I discussed the ADF DVT Treemap component. This component visualizes data in such a way that comparisons between data values for different records and categories can quickly be made. The size of areas is a measure for some numerical value. As an additional dimension, the […]