DataRobot, the creator of the automated machine learning category, announced DataRobot Insights, a new Tableau extension. Using built-in best practices and guardrails designed by DataRobot’s world-leading data scientists, automated exploratory data analysis empowers Tableau customers to focus on the most impactful variables to drive better outcomes.
Organizations want to extract more value from the big data they have been collecting for years. There is a huge — and growing — need for analytics professionals to embrace the power of machine learning to achieve this. The DataRobot extension for Tableau makes business analytics professionals more productive. It combines powerful automated machine learning from DataRobot with dynamic visual analysis technology from Tableau to reveal hidden patterns and rapidly highlight the most relevant variables to analyze, accelerating analysis time within Tableau Desktop and web authoring to make business analytics professionals more efficient and productive.
“The potential business opportunity for AI is massive, yet too few business analytics professionals are taking advantage of it due to lack of technical skill or dedicated data science resources,” said Jen Underwood, Senior Director of Product Marketing, DataRobot. “By leveraging DataRobot, Tableau customers can unleash the power of automated machine learning to efficiently deliver proactive insights and drive positive and measurable impact on the business.”
DataRobot Insights allows Tableau authors to leverage the power of automated machine learning and continuously update dashboards with fresh insights from DataRobot within the Tableau workflow they know and love.
“We’re thrilled to see DataRobot integrate with Tableau and bring the power of machine learning to more customers through our new Extensions API,” said Francois Ajenstat, Chief Product Officer at Tableau. “The combination of DataRobot’s automated machine learning platform and Tableau’s ease of use will allow organizations to broaden the impact of AI to more people, and empower them to make better decisions with data.”