Gartner Advanced Analytics Magic Quadrant Updates

William Vorhies summarizes the changes to the Gartner Advanced Analytics magic quadrant:

The Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Science and Machine Learning Platforms is just out and once again there are big changes in the leaderboard.  Say what you will about our profession but as a platform developer you certainly can’t rest on your laurels.  Some traditional leaders have fallen (SAS, KNIME, H2Oai, IBM) and some challengers have risen (Alteryx, TIBCO, RapidMiner).

Databricks is making a big push and there’s more movement than usual in this year’s chart. Check it out.

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