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Score 7.6 out of 100
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Score 9.2 out of 100

Likelihood to Recommend

Chartio (discontinued)

Chartio is a great tool for building presentable dashboards. It can export, you can add read-only access, and it has permissions levels by dashboard for users. There are other data analysis tools that help to analyze the data, but few allow for such a nice presentation
Kyle Epps | TrustRadius Reviewer

Mathematica

We are the judgement that Wolfram Mathematica is despite many critics based on the paradigms selected a mark in the fields of the markets for computations of all kind. Wolfram Mathematica is even a choice in fields where other bolide systems reign most of the market. Wolfram Mathematica offers rich flexibility and internally standardizes the right methodologies for his user community. Wolfram Mathematica is not cheap and in need of a hard an long learner journey. That makes it weak in comparison with of-the-shelf-solution packages or even other programming languages. But for systematization of methods Wolfram Mathematica is far in front of almost all the other. Scientist and interested people are able to develop themself further and Wolfram Matheamatica users are a human variant for themself. The reach out for modern mathematics based science is deep and a unique unified framework makes the whole field of mathematics accessable comparable to the brain of Albert Einstein. The paradigms incorporated are the most efficients and consist in assembly on the market. The mathematics is covering and fullfills not just education requirements but the demands and needs of experts.
Mathematica is incompatible with other systems for mCAx and therefore the borders between the systems are hard to overcome. Wolfram Mathematica should be consider one of the more open systems because other code can be imported and run but on the export side it is rathe incompatible by design purposes. A better standard for all that might solve the crisis but there is none in sight. Selection of knowledge of what works will be in the future even more focussed and general system might be one the lossy side. Knowledge of esthetics of what will be in the highest demand in necessary and Wolfram is not a leader in this field of science. Mathematics leves from gathering problems from application fields and less from the glory of itself and the formalization of this.
Steffen Jäschke | TrustRadius Reviewer

Feature Rating Comparison

BI Standard Reporting

Chartio (discontinued)
6.6
Mathematica
8.8
Pixel Perfect reports
Chartio (discontinued)
4.6
Mathematica
8.2
Customizable dashboards
Chartio (discontinued)
8.1
Mathematica
9.1
Report Formatting Templates
Chartio (discontinued)
7.1
Mathematica
9.1

Ad-hoc Reporting

Chartio (discontinued)
6.2
Mathematica
8.9
Drill-down analysis
Chartio (discontinued)
7.5
Mathematica
8.9
Formatting capabilities
Chartio (discontinued)
6.9
Mathematica
8.9
Integration with R or other statistical packages
Chartio (discontinued)
4.4
Mathematica
9.3
Report sharing and collaboration
Chartio (discontinued)
6.3
Mathematica
8.4

Report Output and Scheduling

Chartio (discontinued)
3.8
Mathematica
8.4
Publish to Web
Chartio (discontinued)
3.1
Mathematica
8.9
Publish to PDF
Chartio (discontinued)
6.9
Mathematica
8.5
Report Versioning
Chartio (discontinued)
2.0
Mathematica
8.7
Report Delivery Scheduling
Chartio (discontinued)
3.1
Mathematica
8.1
Delivery to Remote Servers
Chartio (discontinued)
Mathematica
7.8

Data Discovery and Visualization

Chartio (discontinued)
7.6
Mathematica
8.9
Pre-built visualization formats (heatmaps, scatter plots etc.)
Chartio (discontinued)
7.4
Mathematica
8.8
Location Analytics / Geographic Visualization
Chartio (discontinued)
7.4
Mathematica
8.7
Predictive Analytics
Chartio (discontinued)
8.0
Mathematica
9.0

Pros

Chartio (discontinued)

  • Direct linkage to our databases. Abstracts away the visualization layer so we can focus on the data and the queries.
  • Host of graphs and tools that permits all types of data visualizations.
  • Haven't quite used this yet, but there is a new embedding feature that will be very helpful so that we can embed the charts into a company central dash.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Mathematica

  • It allows straightforward integration of analytic analysis of algebraic expressions and their numerical implemented.
  • Supports varying programmatic paradigms, so one can choose what best fits the problem or task: pure functions, procedural programming, list processing, and even (with a bit of setup) object-oriented programming.
  • The extensive and rich tools for graphical rendering make it very easy to not just get 2D and 3D renderings of final output, but also to do quick-and-dirty 2D and 3D rendering of intermediate results and/or debugging results.
Robert J. Lang | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

Chartio (discontinued)

  • There is not a last full month date range option. You can still get the range that you need, but the dashboards will have to be manually updated to exclusively display one whole month.
  • When building a chart, the area which displays your tables and fields is finite. You can't adjust the size to make it easier to see. They do allow a mouse-over to see the entire name of your table/field, but I would prefer to adjust the width.
  • Once you modify a query in the Custom Query tab, there doesn't seem to be a way to go back to using the U.I.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Mathematica

  • Should include more libraries and functions.
  • Should include more functions that can be used in Machine Learning.
  • Should include more functions that can be used in Data Science.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Likelihood to Renew

Chartio (discontinued)

Chartio (discontinued) 8.0
Based on 24 answers
Great customer support: You will receive an answer by email usually within 20-30 minutes. Not only that but our CSMs for Chartio go out of their way to help, they have even created charts for some of the less experienced users that wanted an example to work from. We have had nothing but great experiences with this team.
Devin Knight | TrustRadius Reviewer

Mathematica

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Usability

Chartio (discontinued)

Chartio (discontinued) 7.6
Based on 6 answers
I really like using Chartio. I use it on a daily basis for pulling data from different sources and combining data (the explore tab was a great idea for this use). I think I would give it 8/10 because there needs to be more documentation or maybe blog posts about things people are doing with it. I only have my own ideas about what to do /how to graph things. I know there are some articles, but it would be awesome to have a section on the neat dashboards people are building or how they show data in different ways. Another complaint is how much time it takes to load. I know our databases aren't set up precisely for Chartio and I have been creating data stores. But the data stores have so many more limitations that adds a whole new layer of frustration. Love the product, keep up the good work and the fast fixes.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Mathematica

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Support Rating

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Mathematica

Mathematica 8.6
Based on 3 answers
Wolfram Mathematica is a nice software package. It has very nice features and easy to install and use in your machine. Besides this, there is a nice support from Wolfram. They come to the university frequently to give seminars in Mathematica. I think this is the best thing they are doing. That is very helpful for graduate and undergraduate students who are using Mathematica in their research.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Online Training

Chartio (discontinued)

Chartio (discontinued) 8.2
Based on 1 answer
I use self learning materials. Pretty helpful. I find myself having to go back to the "drilldown" instructions though, and have a hard time finding hidden variables on a dashboard, so perhaps there is room for intuitive improvements (or maybe I'm just being lazy)
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Mathematica

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Alternatives Considered

Chartio (discontinued)

Chartio so far has been the easiest BI tool to setup and has also been the most affordable. There are some other, great, BI tools out there but they were a bit to heavy handed for what we needed. Also - despite the high cost per user in Chartio, the other tools were still more expensive.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Mathematica

Mathematica compares well to MATLAB, particularly when used for symbolic calculations. This requires the installation and purchase of an additional symbolic toolbox in MATLAB, whereas it comes as standard in Mathematica, which regardless is the preferred choice for me for this sort of problem.For numerical calculations and greater control of plotting etc., MATLAB has a steeper learning curve but is more powerful.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Scalability

Chartio (discontinued)

Chartio (discontinued) 6.8
Based on 2 answers
Chartio has worked well as our datawarehouse has rapidly expanded, and the usability/performance hasn't seemed to have suffered. What we haven't yet realized is additional savings from additional users. We have some dashboard needs for users who truly just view of a few charts, and the licensing structure hasn't yet been structured in a way that would support that type of approach...having 50 "core" licenses, and then potentially several hundred view only licenses for partners that would use the application infrequently.
Asa Pogrelis | TrustRadius Reviewer

Mathematica

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Return on Investment

Chartio (discontinued)

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Mathematica

  • Mathematica is our "go to" environment for developing solutions for our clients, so I suppose you could say that it is solely responsible for our revenues. On occasion we do use other platforms but Mathematica is a core component of our offer to clients.
George Danner | TrustRadius Reviewer

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Pricing Details

Chartio (discontinued)

General

Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Yes
Entry-level set up fee?
No

Chartio (discontinued) Editions & Modules

Edition
Starter$401
Professional$601
OrganizationContact sales team
  1. per user/per month
Additional Pricing Details

Mathematica

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

Mathematica Editions & Modules

Edition
Mathematica Enterprise Edition$8,260.001
Enterprise Private CloudContact sales team
Standard Cloud$13.003
Standard Desktop$124.004
Standard Desktop & Cloud$145.004
Network MathematicaContact sales team
Student Cloud$9.006
Student Desktop$83.007
Home Cloud$18.008
Home Desktop$177.009
Home Desktop & Cloud$310.009
  1. one-time fee
  2. starting price/per month
  3. per year/starting price
  4. per month
  5. per year
  6. per month
  7. per year
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Rating Summary

Likelihood to Recommend

Chartio (discontinued)
8.0
Mathematica
9.2

Likelihood to Renew

Chartio (discontinued)
8.0
Mathematica

Usability

Chartio (discontinued)
7.6
Mathematica

Reliability and Availability

Chartio (discontinued)
8.6
Mathematica

Performance

Chartio (discontinued)
7.3
Mathematica

Support Rating

Chartio (discontinued)
Mathematica
8.6

Online Training

Chartio (discontinued)
8.2
Mathematica

Implementation Rating

Chartio (discontinued)
7.3
Mathematica

Scalability

Chartio (discontinued)
6.8
Mathematica

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