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Natural Language Query on Your Data lake
Today’s world of big and diverse data is forcing the BI market to go through some significant upgrades. Enough change has occurred over the years that newer labels like “visual analytics,” or “analytics and BI,” or “modern BI” emerge to designate a new wave of innovation. Interestingly, we’ve already seen some of the recent analytic innovations in other contexts. The notion of natural language query (NLQ) is a great example. Many of us have seen NLQ in action, especially in internet search engines, and we know it works well for any type of user without requiring special training. You simply ask the questions you want answered in a casual way and the search engine figures out what you mean and gives you answers. It makes sense that this query model should be applied to enterprise data.
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