This app is an interactive chart that shows the casualty figures for the Army, Army Air Corps (forerunner of the Air Force), Navy and Marines on a monthly basis from Pearl Harbor to the end of World War II.
This demo connect citizen and property data for safer streets. Use this app to identify and address areas where code violations, police incidents, citizen complaints and emergency service dispatches frequently occur.
Qlik DataMarket introduces US housing characteristics data from the US Census Bureau’s American Community Survey. Easily investigate leading housing indicators including property values, number of vehicles and property age broken down by state. Understand the market and integrate with your own internal data to identify your opportunities and threats; how are households across the US…
This demo provides a complete picture of situational awareness around the globe by pulling together data on terrorism, human trafficking and external factors such as weather and economic data. Data sources include 45 years of terrorist incidents from the Global Terrorism Database, human trafficking from the Department of State, and external factors from Qlik DataMarket.
This app provides a look at the proposed budget changes listed in the skinny budget for each governement agency. Data used in this app was provided by Bloomberg Government.
This application illustrates the donations candidates of the Conservative Leadership Race received from the start of the race through March 2017. Qlik Sense was integrated with Qlik GeoAnalytics to visualize where the donations were coming from and which candidates received the most donations in a given area.
This application contains data from UK Police Forces on reported crime volumes in between late 2010 and late 2016. Qlik Sense uses advanced analytics integration with R to forecast the potential future crime volumes whilst retaining the ability to make selections and interact in real time with the data as a user would expect in…
Examine the United States Opioid crisis by geography, down to the prescribing physician level. Data from a number of publicly available sources—including Census data, Centers for Medicaid & Medicare Part D drug provider data, and Poisoning death rates from Centers for Disease Control & Prevention—was combined into more than 12 million rows of data.