The data visualization becomes key in lots of activities and related data analytics tasks. But these are not the only areas of application visualization tools; as we have seen on other occasions, the range of possibilities is so wide and varied.
Since artistic and cultural applications, to improve mobility in big cities, data visualization itself reported huge profits and provides a lot of tasks that do not have these tools devendrian extremely difficult and complex.
A good example of these practical applications that simplify and optimize the resources allocated to it is certainly the service that provides data visualization compliance with the requirements and standards of food traceability.
Food traceability and data visualization, an example of the possibilities of visualization
As we know, the main mission that met visualization tools is to translate the data and information considered most relevant and sensitive in useful knowledge about the organization, its objectives, its environment or the performance of specific operations.
We have insisted in previous appointments around this issue, in power that have presentations of data and information when appropriate visualization tools are used. In this sense points the guide data display: the power of the visual presentation of your reports, a free resource that, among other things, shows the power of seduction, persuasion and persuasion can have a visualization of data successfully employed on certain occasions, as in reporting to potential investors.
But this is not the only field of application of data visualization tools. They also serve as advanced, to optimize the mechanisms of adaptation of certain operations and processes to regulatory and legal frameworks, and to expedite the process of supervision of them by the competent authorities. And in this case, as mentioned, the issue of food traceability can serve as a good illustrative example.
The term “traceability” applied to the food sector was coined and defined by the international standardization organization ISO, and specified in the ISO 9001 quality management. A part of this international standardization, many countries (including Spain) have enacted laws and regulations mandatory to adjust the requirements of the sector to the standards described in this statement.
The main feature of these requirements is to force, to the food industry, to take appropriate measures to know at any time the status of each batch produced, details about their origin, manufacture, and (especially) provide data and information on the origin and route of the raw materials and intermediate products used in their manufacture.
No doubt that this information is, at best, difficult to include in a standard label to report on the characteristics of the product to consumers and authorities, so the need for mechanisms to accessories, somehow prevails agile, immediate and effective access to this information (for example, through QR codes printed on labels to download this information on any mobile device).
At this point, you do not specify in what time visualization tools data may intervene to expedite these processes control, and improve knowledge about the traceability of food products: visualization tools allow exposing this information from a so much simpler, accurate and immediately intelligible, for example through the use of graphics.