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Updated RippleNet Map (1.25.18)

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Wow, this is coming along very nice. Curating all this data from so many different sources must have been a very tedious task.

Really love the work done regarding the company break downs (descriptions) and having all this information in one dataset. Over time I can recall allot of these announcements but some were put to the back of my mind.

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On 1/26/2018 at 9:50 AM, Graine said:

@Sebastian how does it cost to have that map hosted? 

Tableau Public is a free version of their hosting service.  There are of course limits, but it is more than adequate for the map.

I use the Tableau Desktop Personal edition to maintain the map.  This had a one time cost of $1,000 when I got it a few years ago.  For support and updates, I pay $200 per year. However, Tableau converted to the ever popular software as a service model a couple years back so a new user now would pay $420 per year and never own the software: https://buy.tableau.com/.

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35 minutes ago, Sebastian said:

Tableau Public is a free version of their hosting service.  There are of course limits, but it is more than adequate for the map.

I use the Tableau Desktop Personal edition to maintain the map.  This had a one time cost of $1,000 when I got it a few years ago.  For support and updates, I pay $200 per year.  However, Tableau converted to the ever popular subscription as a service model a couple years back so a new user now would pay $420 per year and never own the software: https://buy.tableau.com/.

Yayks. I guess I'll stick to my qlik sense for now. Shame they don't allow for public facing apps on free tier. 

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18 hours ago, Graine said:

Yayks. I guess I'll stick to my qlik sense for now. Shame they don't allow for public facing apps on free tier. 

A couple of years ago, my employer trialed Qlik before ultimately selecting Tableau.  It seemed like a good product.

It looks like I misspoke as Tableau has moved their free version of their desktop product to a different section of the website.

https://public.tableau.com/en-us/s/

However, as I recall, this version of Tableau does not allow the user to save their work locally.  It all has to be uploaded to Tableau Public.

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