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    I've been working in the data visualization software arena since 1986. In 2003 I co-founded a company that had a focus on balanced scorecard data visualization. I wasn't particularly happy with the direction that development took with Java and Dojo. I felt like there had to be a better way to make it easy for anyone and everyone to access data visualization software as dashboard software, balanced scorecard software and ultimately business intelligence software. I have followed the guys at 37Signals since 2004 and was impressed with how they approached project management and created Ruby on Rails. So in 2011, I got together with some guys to use Rails and Ext JS 4 to bring the 37Signals approach to Business Intelligence, Dashboard Software and Balanced Scorecard Software. It is Powered by Ext JS 4.1 on the front end and rails on the backend. We think it is pretty neat for the price :-) http://www.otusanalytics.com/widgets...reWidgets.html

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    Very good .. thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks, Scott! The real Kudos go to all the Open Sorcerers writing great code in the 21st Century!!! We give them credit at http://www.otusanalytics.com/about.html#opensorcerers. But based on CrazyEgg, not too many people scroll down and see it. So we gave Sencha Ext JS 4.1 credit under the H1 at http://www.otusanalytics.com/widgets...reWidgets.html. Based on my experience, your framework is way better than Dojo... and although lots of my faves like Loiane Groner are hard core Java coders, we kinda think Ruby and, in particular, Ruby On Rails is a better backend

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