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At the start of a two-day class on the data visualization

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At the start of a two-day class on the data visualization software platform called Qlik Sense, Chip Marin, programs director for the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, welcomes students May 8, 2019, and emphasizes the versatility and utility of the software for Huntsville Center’s mission. At right is Ozzy Orwick, Data Visualization Services service owner and Visualization and Analytics Support Tools Community of Practice manager.

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08/05/2019
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