Tag Archives: Oracle’s Data Visualization Desktop (DV)

How to Configure the Gantt Chart Plugin from Oracle’s BI Public Store for Oracle Data Visualization Desktop (DVD)

May 3, 2017

Author: Astha Patni, Performance Architects Oracle’s Data Visualization Desktop (DVD)  supports custom visualizations to satisfy the requirements of developers and end users. These plugins are available on Oracle’s BI Public Store . Within this website, Oracle provides a variety of data analysis and visualization plugins that can be installed on a user’s local client installation.  Once installed, these plugins are immediately visible within DV…   Read More


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How to Analyze Major League Baseball Statistics Using Oracle’s Data Visualization (DV) Desktop with the Quadrant Plugin

April 5, 2017

Author: Doug Ross, Performance Architects One of the lesser known but powerful capabilities of Oracle’s Data Visualization Desktop (DV) tool is the ability to extend the available visualizations with plugins from Oracle’s BI Public Store .  Within this website, Oracle provides a variety of data analysis and visualization plugins that can be easily installed on a user’s local client installation.  Those plugins are…   Read More


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