Campaign Pyramids: Brick by Brick

Recently, I got to chat with Chelsea Drake and James Dye, who are both Data Analysts at the College of William & Mary, about the work they’ve been doing on campaign pyramids. For a more in-depth look at the functions that their campaign pyramids serve, and...

Bookworming

Looking for a book to read this summer? We’re proud to present our second annual list of Rapid Insight staff-recommended books for your perusal:   Walden by Henry David Thoreau (Mike Laracy, CEO) When I first read this I started highlighting all of the sentences...

Q&A: Admissions Modeling

In preparation for his presentation at the Rapid Insight User Conference, I got the chance to sit down with John Keyser to ask him a few questions about admissions modeling. It seems like law schools have really taken an interest in predictive modeling lately. Is this...

Tips for Charting in Veera

Being able to collect and identify valuable data is important for making sound decisions to meet long-term goals, but collection and identification are only part of the process. Just as important is the ability to provide visual representations to transform your raw...

Set it and Forget it: The Case for Automated Reporting

During my time at Rapid Insight, I’ve found that regardless of the business, school, or non-profit we’re working with, reporting is a necessity. Anyone who has built a report knows that pulling data from an original source, cleaning it up, and transforming it into...
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