Category: Forecast

Y Combinator companies has more funding than the sum total of all remaining accelerators – Data Visualization – Analytics

By admin, February 20, 2015

Like most Data scientists who believe in the power of simple bar graphs we used our first “chart weapon” of choice and here it is what it rendered.

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Fastest growing and rapidly declining job industry – Data Visualization – Analytics

By admin, February 20, 2015

Fastest growing job industry

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USA War Casualties – Data Visualization – Analytics

By admin, February 20, 2015

Analysing the dataset for Afghanistan, we summarize the results by the year

NOTE: This contains only Afghanistan metrics. We will later update the visuals to reflect Iraq war.

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50 years of killing Deer – Data visualization and analysis – Data Visualization – Analytics

By admin, February 7, 2015

Virginia maintains the summary of Deer kills way back from 1947

The stack bar gives a total view of the killings and how it has grown over the years

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Visualization on How the undergraduate tuition has increased over the years – Data Visualization – Analytics

By admin, February 7, 2015

Average undergraduate tuition and fees and room and board rates

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Fresh and Frozen Fruit consumption – U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

By admin, February 6, 2015

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Six Week Cash Flow

By mjadav, October 13, 2009

Do you often ask yourself:
1) Do I have enough funds to meet the operational needs of the business?
2) Will I be able to may my payroll? Will I be able to pay the Vendors and other bills?
It’s probably because you are not managing your cash flow. Cash flow is one of the most important aspects if one wants to have smooth flow of operational finances. In theory it is simple, cash received coming in v/s cash spent yet can be very complicated at times. Our Cash Flow spreadsheet is extremely user friendly yet only requires no more than a few minutes per week eliminating the guess work.

It ties Operational Finances with Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable, ensuring you stay a step ahead of all Accounts Payable and stay on top of your Accounts Receivable. This, not only manages the cash flow better but also prevents unnecessary use of Line of Credit many businesses use to meet their obligations to Accounts Payable.

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Flexible Budget with Break-Even and “what-if” Analysis.

By mjadav, September 25, 2009

One of our the most powerful tool that allows you to not only Budget but Forecast, Manage and Monitor your company’s finance on Monthly basis alongside your Yearly goals. It also allows you to monitor with your monthly Flexible Budget by comparing Budget v/s Actual numbers on monthly basis as well as calculate Break-Even and Overhead expenses. We guarantee you will love this tool.

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Operations Budget

By admin, September 19, 2009

Our Operations Budget spreadsheet will keep you a step ahead by virtually eliminating any guesses regarding your Payroll, Overhead, Sales & Marketing, Employee benefits and other allocated expenses. It is designed to give the user a complete picture of most Operational and other Expenses.

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