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Anaconda

Top Rated
33 Ratings

QlikView

548 Ratings

Anaconda

Top Rated
33 Ratings
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Score 8.8 out of 101

QlikView

548 Ratings
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Score 7.7 out of 101

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Likelihood to Recommend

Anaconda

Anaconda is great for academic and private organizations that cannot afford more expensive Python/R package managers. Also, it is more appropriate for intermediate to advanced Python users--Anaconda can be somewhat frustrating for beginners, as it takes some practice to get comfortable with the workflow. I find it particularly useful for working in teams, because if everyone uses the same package manager, it is easier to troubleshoot issues and makes for reproducible research. For wealthier organizations, a premium package management system (with tech support) would be ideal. Anaconda is also great for people working independently on code development.
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QlikView

QlikView is a good tool for visualizing data as long as you are trying to visualize aggregated or anonymized data. It can generate most type of graphs and also show you the details of the data that are being graphed. However, you do need to be careful to not include sensitive data in you visualizations since the data is stored in the QlikView database and that could become an attack vector that you will need to watch.
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Feature Rating Comparison

BI Standard Reporting

Anaconda
QlikView
6.8
Pixel Perfect reports
Anaconda
QlikView
5.6
Customizable dashboards
Anaconda
QlikView
8.5
Report Formatting Templates
Anaconda
QlikView
6.3

Ad-hoc Reporting

Anaconda
QlikView
7.3
Drill-down analysis
Anaconda
QlikView
7.8
Formatting capabilities
Anaconda
QlikView
7.6
Integration with R or other statistical packages
Anaconda
QlikView
8.2
Report sharing and collaboration
Anaconda
QlikView
5.6

Report Output and Scheduling

Anaconda
QlikView
6.1
Publish to Web
Anaconda
QlikView
6.5
Publish to PDF
Anaconda
QlikView
6.2
Report Versioning
Anaconda
QlikView
5.7
Report Delivery Scheduling
Anaconda
QlikView
5.8

Data Discovery and Visualization

Anaconda
QlikView
6.1
Pre-built visualization formats (heatmaps, scatter plots etc.)
Anaconda
QlikView
7.8
Location Analytics / Geographic Visualization
Anaconda
QlikView
3.7
Predictive Analytics
Anaconda
QlikView
6.8

Access Control and Security

Anaconda
QlikView
8.1
Multi-User Support (named login)
Anaconda
QlikView
8.0
Role-Based Security Model
Anaconda
QlikView
8.0
Multiple Access Permission Levels (Create, Read, Delete)
Anaconda
QlikView
8.2

Mobile Capabilities

Anaconda
QlikView
6.1
Responsive Design for Web Access
Anaconda
QlikView
6.4
Dedicated iOS Application
Anaconda
QlikView
3.6
Dedicated Android Application
Anaconda
QlikView
6.4
Dashboard / Report / Visualization Interactivity on Mobile
Anaconda
QlikView
8.0

Pros

  • Anaconda (i.e. Python with lots of packages and the fabulous iPython/Jupyter Notebook) does analytics well. In analytics, or "data science" or whatever buzzword, you have to pick your poison: Python, R, or SAS. Python is the only one that's good at doing other things as well.
  • Like visualization...The quality of the built in types of scientific visualization in Python vs. R and their aesthetics is up for grabs. However, Python can do a whole lot of different kinds of visualization above and beyond R. Similarly, JavaScript probably can do more/better visualization than Python, but it's not meant for analytics. Anaconda has enough visualization packages to get you started.
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  • QlikView allows you make data-backed visualization very easily. The format of these visualizations is completely up to you and your team.
  • QlikView can show your data in many type of graphs as well as show the actual numbers associated with graphical points.
  • We use QlikView to access data on Microsoft SQL Server, but other data sources are supported. Check out the QlikView documentation to determine if they can use data in formats that you need to perform analysis on.
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Cons

  • It's still a little buggy. Especially the launcher.
  • It's not always easy to set up. It's not exactly difficult: a Google search away for most things, but silly stuff like path names, installing custom fonts and colors. That kind of thing.
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  • Simulateous development is difficult as development goes on in one qvw file. There is no check-in/check-out functionality to protect against changes being overwritten. There are third party products that can bridge this gap.
  • It can be too flexible in that an inexperienced team can fall victim to user whims. This happens when developers implement changes without an appropriate methodolology.
  • It's not a true platform solution. Integrating with single sign-on solutions as an example, is unnecessarily difficult.
  • QlikView's achilles heel is RAM. Handling "big data" requires complex, multi-tiered architectures spanning across several applications to maintain performance.
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Likelihood to Renew

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QlikView8.8
Based on 29 answers
The software is excellent at meeting our business requirements. We will continue to use
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Usability

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QlikView9.8
Based on 6 answers
Once the data is loaded (which can range from simple to complex depending on the data set), it is relatively easy to create new charts/dashboards
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Reliability and Availability

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QlikView9.8
Based on 4 answers
QlikView server is very stable, with minimal errors and rare outages.
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Performance

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QlikView8.6
Based on 4 answers
It is not a SAAS product.
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Support

No score
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QlikView2.1
Based on 7 answers
They are still building it out. Just recently I received a contact for an escalation manager. I used to just call my sales guy.

Response times vary
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In-Person Training

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My team attended, but I cannot myself rate, but I think it was good as they've successfully launched a training program at our company themselves for users. It was 3-4 day training.
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Online Training

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QlikView8.0
Based on 3 answers
Training was as expected. The demo environments tend to be more fully featured that our own environment, but the training was clear and well delivered.
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Implementation

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QlikView7.4
Based on 13 answers
"Implementation" can mean a few things... so I'm not sure that this is the answer you want.... but here it goes:To me, implementation means: "Is the user interface intuitive and can I produce meaningful reports with ease?"On that score, I'd say YES. The amount of training required was minimal and the results were powerful.The desktop implementation is a simple, "blank" interface just waiting for your creativity. The pre-populated templates give you a reasonable start to any project -- and a good set of objects to "play around with" if you're just getting started.Finally, note that the "implementation" I used was baked into QuickBooks 2016 Enterprise -- called "Advanced Reporting"..... That integration makes it ultra useful and simple.
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Breadth of Deployment

No answers on this topic
Not applicable to our firm as we are small consulting firm.
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Alternatives Considered

Simple story. I tried both. Canopy felt somehow unintuitive to use.
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Qlikview is great for extracting and cleaning data from ODBC compliant databases and Comma Separated Value (.csv) or excel data files. I think that Qlikview desktop is better than proprietary application's reporting tools since it can gather and compile data from multiple sources. It is better for "locking down" reports than Excel and is superior vs. Excel at creating interactive reports.
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Collaboration and Sharing

No score
No answers yet
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QlikView6.1
Based on 24 answers
It published well to the desktop and web with good pdf printing. Users can also login via a portal to access reports or mail out reports.
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Data Integration

No score
No answers yet
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QlikView8.8
Based on 24 answers
We really only use SQL databases and Excel documents for data sources. However, it is very easy to incorporate these data sources to build the data models.
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Return on Investment

  • Centralized repository for all notebooks and analysis projects.
  • Solved for some security concerns from IT.
  • Saves money by avoiding ad-hoc computer resources for analysts.
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  • Faster Lead conversion
  • Business Users being very satisfied
  • High level executives love the way data is being presented through QlikView.
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Pricing Details

Anaconda

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
Anaconda Editions & Modules
Anaconda
Additional Pricing Details

QlikView

General
Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Yes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Yes
Entry-level set up fee?
Optional
QlikView Editions & Modules
QlikView
Edition
QlikView Desktop
Free1
QlikView
Custom2
1. Personal Edition
2. Per License
Additional Pricing Details
On an perpetual license basis, based on server plus number of users. Contact vendor for pricing.